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Joseph Kosuth, considered one of the pioneers of conceptual art in the 1960s, may walk with difficulty, but he has no plans to slow down.Kosuth burst onto the international art scene in his early 20s, pioneering the use of words rather than visual imagery in artworks, and exploring the meaning of language and philosophical ideas within art.Elsewhere at the fair, Kosuth's first-ever exhibition piece "Nothing," which debuted in 1968, is on display."We have work by him from 1968 and work from 2016, the two book-ends," said Kelly, Kosuth's gallerist, insisting that the artist was still "pushing the boundaries and the barriers of his work full-throttle". Asked how the art world has changed in the half century since he entered the scene, Kosuth complained that "corporate culture" was increasingly taking over.
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