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FLUXUS VIRUS, 1962-1992. Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, 1992. Organized and published by Galerie Schuppenhauer, Cologne, in association with Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich, and Fluxus e.V., Cologne. 400 pp. with 125 ills. and 62 photos of the artists. 28 x 24 cm. ISBN 3926226285 Bilingual in German and English (Fluxus chronology and 46 biographical profiles in English only; captions and 14 biographical profiles in German only; two biographical profiles in French only).
Thoroughly examining the avant-garde Fluxus movement of the 1960s and 70s and its continuing impact on contemporary "intermedia" art, this substantial catalogue features twelve essays that review experimental works by members of the informal international group and illuminate the philosophical underpinnings of the Fluxus sensibility, discussing such topics as the movement's links to Dadaism and Zen Buddhism, the innovations of Fluxus artists in the fields of poetry and design, and their contributions to the development of video art. Includes illustrations of Fluxus-related performances and objects dating from the 1960s to the 1990s, a detailed chronology of Fluxus events, and profiles of 41 artists involved with the movement (among them George Maciunas, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Nam June Paik, Yoko Ono, Wolf Vostell and Joseph Beuys) and of 21 contemporary figures influenced by Fluxus art.
Indexing: Western, International (Western Style) — Post-1970 — Several Media — Conceptual Art — Fluxus
Plans: 50
Worldwide Number: 024288
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