Mel Bochner

January 27, 2012 § Leave a comment

An American conceptual artist Mel Brochner uses language to undermine the concrete nature of both language and art.

Eleanor Heartney wrote:

In Bochner’s work, perception constantly trumps idea, reaffirming the artist’s belief that the sensuous is an essential element in even the most conceptual art.

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