Art & Language have been included in many international exhibitions includingthe Documenta exhibitions of 1972, 1982 and 1997. They have also had severalretrospectives in recent years: at the Jeu de Paume, Paris in 1993, PS1, NewYork in 1999 and at the Musee D’Art Moderne in Lille earlier this year. CharlesHarrison recently published “Essays on Art and Language” in two volumesavailable from MIT Press.
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But by 1977, having shrunk to only the artists Baldwin and Ramsden and the art critic Harrison, the group began to view painting as an installation, and therefore as a vehicle for representing their reflections, since from the beginning Art & Language had never really stopped participating in the theoretical debate on the basic theses of artistic practice, modern art and criticism as a basic working objective, or as a crucial goal, even though from that moment on its members focused more on the specific issue of how the critical aspects affected them in the real practice of painting.