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PLOT: We remember Boris Lurie's Stuetzpunkt Foundation in his Last Will, where he manifested the ► Stuetzpunkt Foundation’s Missions
1. The foundation is cultural and political. The foundation is allowed to interfere in cultural and social affairs.
2. In some instances the foundation can support left-wing radical projects in literature and film.
3. Absolutely no support may be given to careerists solely in pursuit of art world recognition. ►The support and initiation of revolutionary art and revolutionary culture is at the core of the foundations mission. (This core mission does not exclude the possibility of support for the work of particularly gifted artists in rare individual cases although these works are not deemed radical or revolutionary.)
Destroyed by Gertrude Stein with her Boris Lurie Art Foundation. See MANIPULATION
After Boris Lurie's death in 2008 Gertrude Stein and her Boris Lurie Art Foundation BLAF
pursue an exhibition strategy which works extremely against Boris Lurie's ►LAST WILL
and his ►STUETZPUNKT FOUNDATION | see more on ►MANIPULATION page.
Nothing was realized by Gertrude Stein and her initiated Boris Lurie Art Foundation [BLAF].
She supports rich museums, rich galleries, incapable curators and BLAF co-directors
especially Anthony Williams who boasts at every opening with the sentence
"We got 100 million dollars from Boris Lurie". No artist support, no movement support.
Only money for well-to-do persons like professors, gallerists, dubious organisators, and so on.
■ April 4, 2018: Alice Torbush, an ACKER recipient, a past resident of #9 Bleecker, the past Yippie Headquarters, has boxes of complete sets of Overthrow and Yipster Times she has to find a home for. They are sitting, in a shed, on a roof, with no climate or temperature control. If anyone knows of an archive or special collection who would be interested in this material let us know. thanks clayton
WE MOURN FOR THE LOSS OF TOYO TSUCHIYA
He was involved in the NO!art movement.
He put a contribution to Boris Lurie's book "NO!art in Buchenwald".
Toyo died on November 23, 2017 at the age of 69 in New York.
NEW IN THE ARCHIVES:
►Boris Lurie's Studio Boris Lurie's Health Background Information
► ANDREAS HEUSSER: Artist in Residency in Zurich - New Deadline | Zürich | 03-29
►CLAYTON PATTERSON: Gilbert Baker RIP | New York | 04-03
I LOVE NEW YORK?
A conversation with
Marty Markowitz, Sarah Maslin Nir, and Clayton Patterson
Museum of the City of New York | 1220 Fifth Ave | Jan 11, 2017 | 6:30 pm
PRESENTED BY CLAYTON PATTERSON
Theater 80 | 80 St. Marks | New York, NY 10003
12. Februar 2017 | 19 Uhr
THE STREET GANGS OF THE LOWER EAST SIDE
By Jose "COCHISE" Quiles & Clayton Patterson | Paperback |
436 pages | 38 images | 9x6" | ISBN 978-0-9857883-4-6 | $ 21.95
The Street Gangs of the Lower East Side "keeps it real." Jose "COCHISE" Quiles provides a brutally honest, self-reflective and moving account of one badass gangbanger's struggle to break the cycle of violence and poverty since birth through creativity and compassion for others. Quiles's eventual redemption Springs from a life spent keeping one foot on either side of the line between good and evil.
BORIS LURIE. ANTI-POP
90402 Nuremberg | Klarissenplatz | March 17 – June 18, 2017
Opening Thursday, March 16, 2017, 7 pm
BORIS LURIE: LIFE AFTER DEATH
262 Bowery | New York NY10012
Jan 6 - Feb 18, 2017
Groupshow with Boris Lurie
GREY ART GALLERY | 100 Washington Square East | NYC 10003
Jan 10 - Apr 1, 2017
CLAYTON PATTERSON: NO!art mentioned + KENNETH L. HERDY: Ghost Dance + JENS GALSCHIOT: Dockworker Monument + ROBERTO RONCA: Human Rights + WERNER DORNIK: From Pain To Paint
BACK TO NOTHING
Film directed by Miron Zownir
Premiere | Babylon | 10178 Berlin | Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 178
Tuesday, April 14, 2016 at 10:15 pm
Concept by Dietmar Kirves
"Anonymization in the media"
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