1. Research Library

        Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s1980s

        Jane Farver, et al.

        New York: Artdata/Queens Museum of Art 1999

        ISBN 9780960451494

      1. The very influential exhibition Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin 1950s–1980s, was directed by project leaders Luis Camnitzer, Jane Farver, and Rachel Weiss, and organized by the Queens Museum of Art, New York (28.04.–29.08.1999; traveled to other venues). Eleven international curators advised the project on conceptualism in their areas of expertise: Lázlo Beke (Eastern Europe), Chiba Shinego and Reiko Tomii (Japan), Okwui Enwezor (Africa), Gao Minglu (Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong), Claude Gintz (Western Europe), Mari Carmen Ramírez (Latin America), Margarita Tupitsyn (Russia), Terry Smith (Australia and New Zealand), Sung Wan-kyung (South Korea), and Peter Wollen (North America). This groundbreaking show provided the first global view of conceptual practices and was highly influential in the re-writing of post-war art history to include regions outside of the core ‘West’ previously thought to have had no ‘comparable’ conceptual tradition.]