Luis Camnitzer (b.1937) is a German-born Uruguayan artist and writer who moved to New York in 1964. He was at the vanguard of 1960s Conceptualism, working primarily in printmaking, sculpture, and installations. Camnitzer’s artwork explores subjects such as social injustice, repression, and institutional critique. His biting use of language as art medium has distinguished his practice for over four decades. The exhibition at Southwestern University brings together politically charged works from Alexander Gray Associates Gallery in New York and The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin in connection with Brown Symposium 38: Art and Revolution, in which Camnitzer is participating.
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