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INDEX 1990—1999

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PLOT : Isser Aronovici committed suicide by getting hit by a train in a New York subway tunnel. Al D'Arcangelo dies. Boris Lurie gets nervous because the movement is not going forward and the NO!artists are dying off. The NO!art anthology has been on sale at Hundertmark for more than five years and nothing happens. Hundertmark has put the books behind his bookshelf so that no one is irritated by all the Fluxus luxury in his house. Boris Lurie meets Clayton Patterson in the Lower East Side, who is doing two small NO!art exhibitions in his studio house. Dietmar Kirves walks around talking to people about NO!art and gives away the NO!art anthology to further his promotion. Finally an exhibition opportunity arises at the Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK) in Berlin. There, exhibitions are supposedly organized in grassroots democratic group work.
Dietmar Kirves presents the NO!art in the general meeting for the presentation in a large bunker from the last world war. The NO!art is accepted for the exhibition with one dissenting vote: "Again something from the cellar". Dietmar Kirves makes a project plan for the concept for the approval of the costs and invites the necessary five members for the working group. He decided on the following collaborators: Matthias Reichelt for the business implementation (he already works at the NGBK and has experience in the execution of exhibitions), the artist Mathilda Wolf as curator, the artist Klaus Theuerkauf for the technology (because as an endart gallery owner he is experienced in hanging) and Eckhart Holzboog as publisher, who showed interest in the NO!art movement. After the funds for the NO!show and the transport from New York were approved, Matthias Reichelt dominated the working group, recruited new group members, limited the NO!art movement to the period from 1960 to 64, opposed the participation of Wolf Vostell, among others, and wanted to take over the entire NO!art archive. Dietmar Kirves leaves the NGBK group with Mathilda Wolf because positive creative collaboration is no longer possible.

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CONGRESS OF RESISTANCE

ATTENTION, announcement 1997with Boris Lurie, Clayton Patterson, Leonid Pinchevsky, and Alexander Brener | The worldwide Political, Business and Cultural Power is trying to control all spheres of human activity: social, cultural, scientific, and life itself! The mass media, controlled and led by the same Power determine the quality and fairness of the social and cultural phenomena as well . . . . more  

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OUTLAW ART SHOW

Outlaw art, Invitationcard 1993with Cochise/Black Widow, Satan's Sinners Nomads, G. G. Allin, Michael Cezar / Pope of Pot, Anne, Michael Wilson / Coney Island Man, Boris Lurie / NO!art, Sasha, Ray Cortez, Robert Delford Braun, Clayton Patterson, Elsa Rensaa, Gia Jupiter, Charles Gatewood, TRO5, CR, Shocker, Dim, Seon, Lers, AV333, LEDZ. Gatewood and Lurie will sign her books more
 

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NO!art SHOW with
Boris Lurie, Isser Aronovici, and Aldo Tambellini
at Clayton Gallery

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NO! catalog, NGBK-Berlin 1995NO!show with Boris Lurie, Sam Goodman, Stanley Fisher, Allan d'Arcangelo, Suzan Long,, Isser Aronovici, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Dorothy Gillespie, Yayoi Kusama, Michelle Stuart, Erro, Herb Brown, Stella Waitzkin, Lil Picard, Rocco Armento, Esther Gilman, Richard Tyler mit Textbeiträgen von Ulrike Abel, Georg Bussmann, Estera Milman, Clayton Patterson, Simon Tayler, and Wolf Vostell at Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK)  more

InvitationcardNO!SHOW | Clayton Gallery | New York 1997
with artworks by Dietmar Kirves and Mathilda Wolf
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Boris Lurie: Bleed, catalog 1997BORIS LURIE: Bleed 1969 | Janos Gat Gallery | New York 1997 | ... It does not conform to imposed formal criteria, to the accepted notions of taste - either good or bad. It does not conform to any rules at all but those of necessity. Concentration camps have rules, dictators have rules; even the art-world has rules. Lurie has survived them all; his art is a straightforward portrayal of what he has seen around him. And he has seen a lot.  more

HERBERT BROWN: Subway Posters Repainted, 1964-66 | Janos Gat Gallery | New York 1998 | "At the present time, when graffiti are scribbled on virtually every available public surface, the idea of scrawling a child's face over a poster or an ad page from a popular magazine might seem obvious. But that was not the case in the early Sixties when Herb Brown began the practice with a vengeance.  more

Boris Lurie: Works 1946-98,  Buchenwald 1998BORIS LURIE, Works 1946-98 | Buchenwald Memorial 1998 | Im Weimarer Kulturhauptstadtjahr 1999 ist die Ausstellung von Boris Lurie ein künstlerisch-politischer Gegenschlag, der sich nicht um ästhetische Feinsinnigkeiten schert, denn der Ort der Kunst-Handlung, die oberhalb Weimars gelegene Gedenkstätte des KZ Buchenwald, auch kaum zulassen würde. Die realen Schrecken des Ortes und die eigenen erlebten in Kunst gebannt . . .   more

NO!art show, New York 1998, catalogNO!art SHOW # 3 with Dietmar Kirves, Boris Lurie, Clayton Patterson, and Wolf Vostell | Janos Gat Gallery | New York 1998 | Boris Lurie's Dismembered Women: Fighting on the Roof is one of the Ur-paintings of NO!art, a wall-size mural executed in 1952. - Tompkins Square Park Police Riot and Spirit of Freedom: video, photographs, and Court-Action as Art by Clay ton Patterson, Lower East Side cultural organizer, archivist, activist and video-maker. - Dietmar Kirves: NO!indicators. Recent conceptual cryptography by the Berlin Political-Action-Artist, university lecturer, designer, and compiler of the NO!art Archives. - Wolf Vostell: Spoon over the Berlin Wall, and My Lai. ...  more

Boris Lurie: Knives in Cement ..., flyerBORIS LURIE: Knives in Cement and Other Selected Constructions | South River Gallery | UIMA | Iowa City 1999 | Completed in the early 1970s, Boris Lurie's unsettling assemblage of knives, concrete, rags and torn underwear was initially titled The End of Revolution. As can be expected, there is little about Knives in Cement that is optimistic. Instead, in its unmistakable reference to perpetual carnage, the work is imbued with a tangible dystopian aura. ...  more

PosterBORIS LURIE
Collages and Prints
Book release
GEDICHTIGTES/GESCHRIEBIGTES
Gallery Dorn, Stuttgart 2003
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MULTIPLES:

NO box, 1996NO box | Edition Hundertmark | Cologne 1996 | with signed contributions by David Amram, Isser Aronovici, Herb Brown, Allan D'Arcangelo, Stanley Fisher, Erro, Sam Goodman, Jon Hendriks, Jean Toche, Dietmar Kirves, Boris Lurie, Jack Micheline, Clayton Patterson, Elsa Rensaa, David "Red" Rodriguez, Gertrude Stein, Michelle Stuart, Aldo Tambellini, Jean Toche, Wolf Vostell, Stella Waitzkin and Harriet Wood (Suzanne Long).   more

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NO!art at INTERNET:
NO!art at World Wide Web
REGISTRATION on November 5, 1999
NO!art on the Light in the World Wide Web
on December 27, 1999  
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BORIS LURIE: OFFSET PRINT SERIES

Boris Lurie: Railroad collage 1997 (1963)Boris Lurie: Saturation painting "Buchenwald", 1997 (1963)Boris Lurie: NO pin-up 1997 (1972)
Boris Lurie: Death's sculpture 1997, Detail (1962)
RAILROAD COLLAGE 1963, offsetprint edition
SATURATION PAINTING BUCHENWALD 1963, offsetprint edition
NO ON PINUP 1972, offsetprint edition
DEATH'S SCULPTURE 1962, offsetprint edition

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WRITINGS:

ABOUT DIETMAR KIRVES by Boris Lurie, New York 1998
ABOUT CLAYTON PATTERSON by Boris Lurie, New York 1998
ATTENTION! by Clayton Patterson et al, New York 1997
BORIS LURIE: KNIVES IN CEMENT by Estera Milman, Iowa 1999
BORIS LURIE'S NO!art by Sarah Schmerler, New York 1997
DIETMAR KIRVES AND NO!art by Carl Mai, New York 1998
EVERYMAN BORIS LURIE by Martin Levitt, Essex Junction, VT 1999
INTERVIEW WITH BORIS LURIE by Dietmar Kirves, Berlin 1995
INTERVIEW WITH BORIS LURIE by Alan Murdock, New York 1999
LOST ART by John Strausbaugh, New York 1994
NO!art IN RETROSPECT by Jean-Jacques Lebel, Paris 1995
NOTES ON THE AESTHETICS OF DOOM by Estera Milman, Iowa City, IA 1995
THE BEAT GOES ON! by Szanne Long, Woodbury, VT 1995
THE NO!art MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK 1960-64 by Simon Taylor, New York 1995
TO WOLF VOSTELL by Boris Lurie, New York 1998
YES! ... BUT IS IT Art? by Clayton Patterson, New York

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Attention FutureBRAINSHOTS: Change it + Attention Future + Feel stupid + Attention Action + View through the Wall + Unity Rapture + Virtual Inovation + Museum's View + Conflict Crisis + Conflict Earth + Alarm Chaines

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Feedback 1999FEEDBACK: Everyman Boris Lurie
 
 
 
 

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