The structure of conceptual art and its effects on reading and experiencing it (Installation as an example)


  • Mariwan Jabbar Amin Salahaddin University-Erbil Author
  • Sangar Qadr Sheikh Mohammed College of Languages, Salahaddin University-Erbil Author



conceptual art has appeared in 1960s as a continuation of art history, when it undergo various practical and theoretical radical changes which resulted in conceptual art establishment. Therefore, our observations should be directed towards this art as a fact of art history.

Conceptual art, as its name suggests, has the concept and thought factor as one of its main principles.  It is clear that each form of the art has its own structure and organization, while understanding the formal drawing and completeness during the process of studying and experimenting the work of art has a great influence. 

Therefore, conceptual art, as an independent art and separate from classical and modern art, has its own structure and principle of work that requires attention on the same principle in its reading and experiencing. 


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Amin, Mariwan Jabbar, and Sangar Qadr Sheikh Mohammed , trans. 2024. “The Structure of Conceptual Art and Its Effects on Reading and Experiencing It (Installation As an Example)”. Twejer Journal 6 (2): 901-46.