Joseph Kosuth (United States, 1945)
‘El mapa de Miranda y la disciplina de Nietzsche’, 2004
photoengraving on fossil stone
19.7 x 27.6 in. (50 x 70 cm.)
Edition of 81
ID: KOS1416-002-081
Hand-signed by author

$ 6,000

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Joseph Kosuth is an American conceptual artist born in 1945. He is known for his work creating conceptual art, especially his use of language and semiotics to explore the role of art and its relationship to reality.
Kosuth was one of the founders of the conceptual art movement in the 1960s and is known for his work “”One and Three Chairs”” (One and Three Chairs), created in 1965. In this piece, Kosuth presented an actual chair, a photograph of the same chair and a dictionary definition of the word “”chair””, to question the nature of representation and reality.
Throughout his career, Kosuth has created works that challenge the limits of language, perception, and interpretation of art. He has also explored topics such as the meaning of art, the relationship between art and society, and the nature of knowledge and truth.
Kosuth has exhibited his work in major museums around the world and has received numerous awards and recognition for his contribution to contemporary art. His work has influenced a generation of artists and has helped establish conceptual art as an important current in contemporary art history.