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  • noun Plural form of neoconceptualist.


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  • The 55-piece exhibit featured the work of 25 artists from the 1970s and '80s and included work by imagists, other figurative painters, and several abstractionists, as well as nonobjective works by emerging neoconceptualists such as Tony Tasset and Mitchell Kane.

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  • I think he always felt that if you supported the neoconceptualists then [you] had to be against him, and that's just not the case.

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  • Kimler claims that a "small clique" -- most but not all neoconceptualists -- associated with such institutions as the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Renaissance Society, and to

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  • The Chicago-based neoconceptualists -- a group that has included Jeanne Dunning, Gaylen

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  • Many critics contend that the neoconceptualists 'work, which doesn't carry a Chicago label, transcends the city's provincialism and has become part of an international exchange of ideas.

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