(∃KÔD, 146
abstract expressionism, 176
Acconci, Vito, 166
Adorno, Theodor, 175–176
Aesthetic Theory (Adorno), 175
Against Method (Feyerabend), 38
aicu. See Anti-Imperialist Cultural
Union
Air-Conditioning Show, The (Baldwin),
15–16, 19
Alberro, Alexander, 5, 22, 184n9
Alberti, Leon Battista, 177
Allende, Salvador, 89
Alloway, Lawrence, 35, 40, 83
Althusser, Louis, 57. See also problematic
amcc. See Artists Meeting for Cultural
Change
analytic philosophy, 15, 22
“‘. . . And Now for Something Com-
pletely Different . . .’” (Art & Lan-
guage), 168–171
Andre, Carl, 81, 126
annotation, Art & Language’s use of,
30–31, 53
Annotations, The. See Comparative Models
anomaly, 33
Anti-Catalog, An (Catalog Commit-
tee of Artists Meeting for Cultural
Change), 126
Anti-Imperialist Cultural Union
(aicu), 129–130
Antin, David, 35, 38, 41
Archilochus, 110–111
Aristophanes, 160
art, the concept of, 4, 8, 177–178
“Art after Philosophy” (Kosuth), 17–18,
24–25, 174
“Art and Art and Language” (Terry
Smith), 75
Art and Social Life (Plekhanov), 170
Art Dialogue, 80
Art Gallery of New South Wales, 91, 93
Art Gallery of South Australia, 91,
97–98
art history, scholarly discipline of, 10–11,
115
Art-Language, 2, 13–15, 17, 22–23,
25–26, 29, 31, 44, 48–49, 54–55, 68,
70–72, 84, 88, 94, 101, 109, 111, 114,
119–120, 124–125, 130, 154, 166, 168,
170–171
Art & Language: Australia 1975, 101–103
“Art & Language Edition” (Art & Lan-
guage), 168
Art & Language Foundation, Inc., 109
Art & Language Institute, 47–48
Art & Language Press, 25–58
Art & Language(i), 171
Art & Languish, 138–140
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