One thing we can say about Giulio Paolini's work is that it makes us think. Constantly evolving, from the geometric designs in the 1960s to the later, highly theoretical conceptual works, Paolini's art has always maintained a dynamic vitality, refusing to settle down into a comfortable, proven path.
In a quote that encapsulates the premise of Conceptual art, Joseph Kosuth pronounced in 1969: "The 'value' of particular artists after Duchamp can be weighed according to how much they questioned the nature of art." For Kosuth, modern art is essentially self-reflective: its intention is to interrogat
Dan Graham's creative output includes performances, installations, video works, photographs, and architectural works. He tends to blur the conventional boundaries between architecture and sculpture to produce a kind of intentional ambivalence in his work. His glass and metal pavilions are Minimali