Professor Emeritus Eleanor Antin mentioned in

'State of Mind' Examines California Art

By Thomas Connors for the Michigan Avenue Magazine on October 1, 2013

Now on view at the Smart Museum of Art, “State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970” is a sharp examination of Conceptual art in the Golden State, where its practitioners (many of whom came from elsewhere) pursued its aims with a relish peculiar to that Pacific-kissed world. “The fact that there was virtually no institutional support for this work gave the artists a lot of freedom,” observes the show’s cocurator, Constance M. Lewallen of the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. “California represented the future; it was where change was taking place. New York was more steeped in tradition.”

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Professor Emeritus Eleanor Antin
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/~gd4/faculty/eleanor-antin

Image Credit:
Eleanor Antin's "100 BOOTS Move On" 1972.
Photography courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York and Michigan Avenue Magazine.