THE CONTEXT OF ART / THE ART OF CONTEXT

Navado Press, Trieste, 2004

Project by: Seth Siegelaub, Marion Fricke and Roswitha Fricke

Based on responses to questions pertaining to the changes in art and the art world between 1969 and 1992 by artists invovled in 5 important exhibitions which took place in 1969:
 
Konzeption Conception, Leverkusen
March 1969, Seth Siegelaub, New York 
Op Losse Schroeven, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 
Prospect 69, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf 
When Attitudes Become Form, Kunsthalle Bern

Also in: kunst & museumjournaal, volume 7, number 1/2/3, 1996

Anselmo, Giovani
Art and Language
Atkinson, Terry
Bark, Jared
Baldessari, John
Barry, Robert
Becher, Bernd and Hilla
Benglis, Lynda
Bochner, Mel
Boetti, Alighiero e
Buren, Daniel
Burgin, Victor
Burgy, Donald
Butler, Eugenia P.
Byars, James Lee
Chamberlain, John
Cooper, Ron
Cotton, Paul
Dibbets, Jan
van Elk, Ger
Ferrer, Esther 
Ferrer, Rafael
Fulton, Hamish
Gilardi, Piero [significance and impact discussed by Dibbets] 
Gilbert & George 
Graham, Dan 
Griffa, Giorgio
Gronen, Bruno
Haacke, Hans
Hay, Alex
Huebler, Douglas
Huot, Robert
Jackson, Richard
Jacquet, Alain
Jenney, Neil
Kaltenbach, Stephen
Kawara, On
Kirby, Michael
Kosuth, Joseph
Kuehn, Garry B.
Lamelas, David
LeWitt, Sol
Lohaus, Roelof
Marden, Brice
Medalla, David
Merz, Mario
Morris, Robert
Ohlson, Doug
Oppenheim, Dennis
Orr, Eric
Penone, Giuseppe
Piper, Adrian
Pistoletto, Michelango
Prini, Emilio
Raetz, Markus
Ross, Charles
Ruppersberg, Allen
Ruscha, Edward
Ruthenbeck, Reiner
Ryman, Robert
Saret, Alan
Sarkis
Schnyder, Jean-Frederic
Sladden, Richard
Sonnier, Keith
Tuttle, Richard
Ulrichs, Timm
Valentine, Dewain
Viner, Frank
Walther, Franz Erhard
Wegman, William
Weiner, Lawrence
Wiley, William T.
Wilson, Ian