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    Perceptual Vs Conceptual

    In conceptual art the idea or idea is the most important aspect of the work. Quite a lot of projects, proposals, and exhibitions have been circulated in publications—together with catalogs, artists’ books, pamphlets, posters, postcards, and periodicals—which became the primary medium conceptual artists used to publicize ideas and distribute documentation. The analysis of artwork that was pursued by many Conceptual artists encouraged them to imagine that if the artist started the paintings, the museum or gallery and the viewers in some way accomplished it. This class of Conceptual art is named ‘institutional critique,’ which could be understood as a part of an even greater shift away from emphasizing the object-based…