Joseph Kosuth (/ kəˈsuːt, - ˈsuːθ /; born January 31, 1945), an American conceptual artist, lives in New York and London, after having resided in various cities in Europe, including Ghent and Rome. A giant copy of the Rosetta stone, by Joseph Kosuth in Figeac, France, the birthplace of Jean-François Champollion
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Kossuth was born in Monok, Kingdom of Hungary, a small town in the county of Zemplén, the oldest of four children in a Lutheran noble family of Slovak origin. His father, László Kossuth (1762–1839), belonged to the lower nobility, had a small estate and was a lawyer by profession.
Joseph Kosuth is an American Conceptual artist known for his ongoing investigation into language and its utility within art.
Joseph Kosuth was one of the originators of Conceptual art in the mid-1960s, which became a major movement that thrived into the 1970s and remains influential. He pioneered the use of words in place of visual imagery of any kind and explored the relationship between ideas and the images and words used to convey them.
Language and/as art. Language was a central concern for the first wave of conceptual artists of the 1960s and early 1970s. Although the utilisation of text in art was in no way novel, only in the 1960s did the artists Lawrence Weiner, Edward Ruscha, Joseph Kosuth, Robert Barry, and Art & Language begin to produce art by exclusively linguistic means.
The name 本 \hon\ books pays homage to Japanese second-hand bookstores but also, and not surprisingly, to Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Chairs (1965). Like Kosuth’s work, the shop’s name provides the same information in three formats: an ideogram, its Japanese pronunciation, and its translation (本 = book).
Xerox art (sometimes, more generically, called copy art, electrostatic art, or xerography) is an art form that began in the 1960s.Prints are created by putting objects on the glass, or platen, of a copying machine and by pressing "start" to produce an image.
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