Joseph Kosuth, an American conceptual artist, lives in New York and London, after having resided in various cities in Europe, including Ghent and Rome.
|Born:||January 31, 1945, Toledo, Ohio|
|Education:||School of Visual Arts, New York City|
|Known for:||Conceptual art|
About Joseph Kosuth
Conceptual artist known for his experiments with form and space in such works as "One and Three Chairs" from 1965.
He attended both the Cleveland Institute of Art and New York's School of Visual Art.
He created cover art for John Cale's album "Fragments of a Rainy Season" from 1992.
He grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and was born into a family of Hungarian and French descent.
He often referenced Sigmund Freud in his work.
Information related to Joseph Kosuth
- One and Three Chairs - one of Kosuth's most well known pieces.
- Neon artists
- Recipients of the Decoration of Honour for Services to the Republic of Austria
- Media theorists
- American conceptual artists
- American installation artists
- Postmodern artists
- Chevaliers of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres