Definition of conceptualism
conceptualisticplay \kən-ˌsep-chə-wə-ˈli-stik, -chü-ə-, -chə-ˈli-, -shwə-ˈli-\ adjective
conceptualisticallyplay \kən-ˌsep-chə-wə-ˈli-sti-k(ə-)lē, -chü-ə-, -chə-ˈli-, -shwə-ˈli-\ adverb
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Daren Bader specializes in the kind of casual Conceptualism — think of the Swiss duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss, or Mark Leckey — that looks dumb on the surface but purports to contain lower registers of intelligence (or at least cleverness).
That seemed ridiculously backward by the lights of the time’s reigning vanguards of flinty post-minimalism, cagey conceptualism, and chaste abstraction.
By contrast, London was considered a breeding ground of edgy young things lauded as faces of the future, and Paris, all creative conceptualism and glamour, the zenith of the seasonal calendar.
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