David Askevold, installation view of “Once Upon a Time in the East,” 2011–12.

David Askevold

Ottawa, Canada

National Gallery of Canada

As David Askevold’s recent retrospective “Once Upon a Time in the East” demonstrated, Pop, Minimalism, and media culture could all be part of conceptual art. As Askevold commented in 2008, “I never thought conceptual art should be a style. I thought of it as a way to question assumptions and to comment on art history, and also on subjects outside of art, in order to expand the boundaries of art beyond the tastes and styles that had been dominant for so long.” …see the entire review in the print version of November’s Sculpture magazine.