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NO!art AND THE AESTHETICS OF DOOM

Kuratorin Estera Milman

9. November 2001 bis 13. Januar 2002
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art Northwestern University | 1967 South Campus Drive | Evanston, IL
INFORMATION ANSICHTEN FLYER KATALOG SYMPOSIUM VIDEO REPORT
MEHR IN ENGLISCH

VIDEO REPORT | 14:51 min | The video is an excerpt from "BORIS LURIE NO!art MAN," a film by Amikam Goldman. In it the filmmaker documents Dietmar Kirves' conservation and preparation for shipping of an important body of NO!art works that were included in the 2001 exhibition "NO!art" and the Aesthetics of Doom. The film also documents the installation of the show at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, and provides an invaluable historical record of a cross section of responses, as these were voiced by diverse members of the exhibition's public. Curated by Estera Milman and funded, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts, "NO!art" and the Aesthetics of Doom is still counted as the collective's most comprehensive North American retrospective exhibition, to date. | Source: http://vimeo.com/24163613

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INFORMATION AM EINGANG:

Show display
Show with artworks by Rocco Armento, Isser Aronovici, Herb Brown, Al D'Arcangelo,
Stanley Fisher, Dorothy Gillespie, Sam Goodman, Allan Kaprow, Yayoi Kusama,
Jean-Jacques Lebel, Boris Lurie, Lil Picard, and Wolf Vostell


This exhibition has been funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency,
the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and the friends of Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art.
Director: David Mickenberg-Curator of the Exhibition: Estera Milman

+ + + THE CONTENT OF THIS EXHIBTION MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL VIEWERS + + +
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ANSICHTEN:

Block MuseumEntranceBoris Lurie "NO", 1961Boris Lurie "Lumumba is Dead", 1963
Gillespie & Goodman "American Way of Death", 1964Sam Goodman "Shit sculptures", 1964
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FLYER:

Flyer, 8 Seiten, 20,3 x 12,7 cm
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KATALOG:

cataloag, front
"NO!art"
and the Aesthetics of Doom


Catalog, 30 pages, 26.5 x 22.8 cm
Copyright © May 2001
ISBN 0-941680-20-7

Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art,
Nortwestern University.

Essay copyright © 2001 retained by the author.
Image coipyrights © 2001 reatained
by the artists and the NO!art Archive.

Funded, in part,
by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Design: Ab Gratama, Iowa City, IA
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SYMPOSIUM:

Opening Remarks
Estera Milman, Curator of the Exhibition and Director of Alternative Traditions
in the Contemporary Arts, The University of Iowa

Writing of the Disaster
Dore Ashton, Professor, Department of Art History, The Cooper Union

Boris Lurie: Self-Representation in the Wake of the Holocaust
Susan Chevlowe, Associate Curator, The Jewish Museum, New York

NO! and the Cultural Politics of the Anti-Canon
Estera Milman

Doom: Art Culture, Cognitive Space, and the Achievement of Discourse
Stephen Foster, Professor Emeritus, School of Art and Art History, The University of Iowa

Adolf Eichmann and Artistic Debates in Germany: The Broader Context for NOlart
Paul Jaskot, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History, DePaul University

The Reception of the Art of Boris Lurie and NO!art
in the Context of the Holocaust Debate in Contemporary Germany

Curt Germundson, Assistant Professor, Art Department, Minnesota State University

CONVERSATION
Pick / Michigan Room, Norris University Center

Women Behind the Barricades: Art, Protest and Gender in the Post-McCarthy Era
Harriet Wood, NOIart artist, Dore Ashton, art critic and historian, and Gertrude Stein,
whose gallery was a primary site for NO!art exhibitions, will discuss their experiences as part
of the NO!art artist-activist movement and as women in the art world of the period.

Harriet Wood (Suzan Long), Independent Artist
Gertrude Stein, Gallery Gertrude Stein, New York
Dore Ashton, Professor, Department of Art History, The Cooper Union
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