In his “Sentences on Conceptual Art” Sol LeWitt argued that “ideas can be works

In his “Sentences on Conceptual Art” Sol LeWitt argued that “ideas can be works of art; they are in a   chain of development that may eventually find some form. All ideas need not be made physical.”          Address this statement by responding to these prompts: Cite and analyze at least two works of art included in this unit (see attached). Cite and analyze examples from the current unit that correspond to what is known as the “institutional critique”—that is, a shift away from emphasizing the object-based work of art to a reflection on the social function of art and the institutions that support that function.

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