The Art of Questioning Art – Conceptual Art Series Part. 3

See a banana duct-taped to a school hallway, and you’d probably think it was a science experiment or a prank. Walk into a restaurant to find a banana taped to the wall, and you’ll wonder if someone from the kitchen has gone mad. But go to a world-renowned art fair and see a banana taped […]

How to Value “Conceptual Art” – Conceptual Art Series: Part. 2

In Part 1 of our Conceptual Art Series, we talked about how Marcel Duchamp changed the course of art history with the debut of his notorious 1917 Fountain, and how conceptual art has found a place for itself in the mainstream art world. But despite the 100 years that have passed since Duchamp took a […]