Index
Note: Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
Aboriginal peoples, 99 100, 114 15
abstract expressionism, 11, 108, 117 18
Acconci, Vito, 95
Adelaide, 4, 70
Adorno, Theodor, 135
Alberro, Alexander, 15, 31n29
Allen, Jim, 76, 102, 111, 111
Amsterdam, 34n69
analytic, 5, 16 17, 42 44, 85 88, 129 30
Analytical Art, 65
Annandale Imitation Realists, 75, 100
“Annotations” (commentary), 42
Answers of the Experimental Group
(Kabakov), 134
Antin, David, 85, 121, 142n7
Apostel, Léo, 51, 65
Appadurai, Arjun, 15
Apple, Billy, 20 21, 76, 99, 101 2, 103,
103 4
art: autonomy of, 39, 51 52, 63,
103 4; avant-garde, 21, 23 28, 64,
97, 108 10, 117 18; conceptual-
ism and, 1 4, 7 17, 20 21, 37 48,
125 31; criticism and, 3, 9 10, 20,
39, 43, 125; global scope of, 4 6,
13 14, 19 20, 22 26, 34n69, 57,
61 81, 87 91, 99 115, 118 19,
127, 133 38; materiality and, 8,
39, 52 54, 87, 101, 111 12; philos-
ophy and, 3, 7, 12 13, 38 52, 65,
85, 117 18, 128; Pop art and, 100,
119 24, 135, 139; practices of, 1, 38,
60 63, 69, 73 74, 85 86, 111 15,
136; provincialism and, 4 6, 20, 57,
62 81, 83n17, 99 115; sociopoliti-
cal work of, 5 6, 16 17, 19 20, 77,
79, 81, 85 98, 118, 132 33, 136 38;
translation and, 4 5, 12 13, 17,
57 75, 134. See also conceptualism;
specific artists, movements, and works
Art.Act, The (Dunn), 109
“Art after Philosophy” (Kosuth), 63,
125, 127
“Art and Art and Language” (Smith),
3 5, 10, 16, 28, 37 56
Art and Australia, 110
Art & Language: audience of, 45, 47;
blurts and, 66, 68, 74, 81, 89, 132;
Conceptual Art’s definition and, 40,
42, 48 54, 65, 87, 109, 131 32;
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