In , Lucy Lippard co-authored The Dematerialization of Art, an essay that argued ideas would ultimately replace art objects, thus liberating. Lucy R. Lippard and John Chandler (). During the dematerialization of art, especially of art as object, and if it continues to prevail, it may result in. Such a trend appears to be provoking a profound dematerialization of art, especially of art as object, and if it continues to prevail, it may result in the object’s .
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Lucy Lippard born April 14, is an American writer, art criticactivist and curator. Lippard was among the first writers to recognize the ” dematerialization ” at work in conceptual art and was an early champion of feminist art. She is the author of 21 books objet contemporary art and has received numerous awards od accolades from literary critics and art associations. She attended Smith College and earned a B. Inshe earned an M. Just out of college, Lippard began working in thee library at the Museum of Modern Art in where, in addition to reshelving the library after a fire, she was “farmed out” to do research for curators.
SinceLippard has published 20 books—including one novel—on feminism, art, politics and place.
Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art”cites Lippard’s scholarship as its point of entry into a discussion about conceptual art during its era of emergence, demonstrating dematerkalization crucial role in the contemporary understanding of this period of art production and criticism. Her involvement in the AWC as well as a trip she took to Argentina—such trips bolstered the political motivations of many feminists of the time—influenced a change in the focus of her criticism, from formalist subjects to more feministic ones.
Intervention in Central America, and other artists’ organizations, she has also curated over 50 exhibitions, done performances, comics, guerrilla theaterand edited several independent publications the latest of which is the decidedly local La Puente de Galisteo in her home community in Galisteo, New Mexico. Lippard holds nine honorary doctorates of fine arts,  of which some are listed below.
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