Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who holds the psychological opinion called conceptualism.
- n. An artist involved in the conceptualism movement.
- n. philosophy One who maintains the theory of conceptualism.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Metaph.) One who maintains the theory of conceptualism.
“The landscapes exemplify what author Tim Richardson calls conceptualist landscape design, a method that uses a central concept to define an outdoor space and combines natural and manmade elements to give the space a modernist and often witty twist.”
“There was a lot of disagreement in this conversation, but the the three of us formed a kind of conceptualist clique – focused on the explicit, implicit, and unintentional messages of the film and the propriety of the interactions between “Borat” and his targets.”
“The main theme of the works of Pynchon is the stasis of conceptualist society.”
“Brazilian conceptualist Vik Muniz has been making remarkable photo-constructs and garnering accolades within the fine art world for years including such places as New York's Guggenheim Museum.”
“There is nothing unresolved, tentative or unintentional, however, about Teresita FernÃ¡ndez, a much-praised New York conceptualist and winner of a MacArthur "genius" grant.”
“There is nothing unresolved, tentative or unintentional, however, about Teresita Fernández, a much-praised New York conceptualist and winner of a MacArthur "genius" grant.”
“Macpherson is a rakish, Bowie/Jarvis-type pop conceptualist, and whether he achieves his ambitions or not, pop with him around is unlikely to be dull.”
“For a key generation of artists in the US, however, the late Canadian conceptualist left an indelible impression.”
“They bring together very different sensiblities: de Keersmaeker's passionate musical sensibility and Bel's conceptualist wit.”
“This is largely the result of sculpture having been held captive to the reductive, formalist, and conceptualist turn of mind that dominated the contemporary sculpture and installation art of America and Europe for the better part of the Modernist Century.”
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