On Kawara’s studio, New York City, 1966 - Image via exhibitionsguggenheimorg

On Kawara

Conceptual Art
Donald Moffett - He Kills Me, 1987
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Examining the complex history of protest, The Whitney looks at how artists from the 1940s to present confronted political and social issues of the day.

On Kawara - One Million Years Detail, Courtesy of Ikon Gallery and Nuova Icona
Art News   |   Smirna K

Do not miss this unique chance to volunteer by reading into the past and future at a new On Kawara One Million Years installation during Venice Bienale!

Barbara Kruger

Conceptual art is one of the most radical and controversial movements in modern and contemporary art. See some conceptual art examples to learn why.

Judging by the scene’s acceleration, February could bring more than January, already seen in the first week of the month.

On Kawara, One Million Years, 1993, Live Reading: One Million Years, David Zwirner, New York, January 14–February 14, 2009 Photo: Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London

Guggenheim Museum is organizing an exhibition of the works of the famous Japanese conceptual artist On Kawara.