14th Mar 2016
A new exhibition at Tate Britain explores the radical and often controversial work created by artists in 1960s Britain. Revealing conceptual art’s lasting legacy, the show gathers together work by artists, such as Michael Craig-Martin and Richard Long, who engaged with the reality of the world beyond the studio, leading to a questioning of the function and social purpose of art.
Conceptual Art in Britain: 1964–1979 is at Tate Britain, London, 12 April – 29 August 2016.
Click here to view available works by Michael Craig-Martin
Click here to view available works by Richard Long
Image: Michael Craig Martin, An Oak Tree, 1973 © Michael Craig-Martin