Over the years Conceptual Art, in general, and the work of Joseph Kosuth, in particular, have generated several questions and arguments that people in the art community still struggle to answer: Can we date a work “1965” if the artist conceived it in 1965, but didn’t fabricate it until much later?
Is there such a thing as the “original” piece in Conceptual Art? How do we date works that exist only when they are installed? And, what is the purpose of an “artist's certificate”? This selection of works attempts to contribute to the conversation on these subjects. On the occasion of the exhibition, the gallery will publish a catalogue featuring an extensive conversation with Mr. Kosuth in which the artist will share his perspective.