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NO!art poster, EvanstonNO!art AND THE AESTHETICS OF DOOM - Evanston, IL | 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. | Curator of the Exhibition: Estera Milman more

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MILMAN, Estera: NO!art and the Aesthetics of Doom, Evanston, IL | Download 186k | A second non-Pop vein, which specializes in social protest, should also be mentioned, if only to dispel confusion by placing it properly outside Pop Art... these Assemblage, or 'Doom' artists are the political satirists that Pop artists are not. They are all that Pop is not, and proclaimed themselves 'anti-Pop' in February 1964. They are anguished, angry and ot where Pop is cool, detached and assured. They omit nothing from their conglomerations of trash, paint, collage and objects, whereas the Pop artists omit almost everything from their direct presentation, and they are essentially pessimistic where Pop is optimistic. Belligerently romantic, as a group they come as close to Neo-Dada as is possible today. -Lucy Lippard, “New York Pop” more

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mindshots 2001BRAINSHOTS: Nine Eleven + Alterations + Recreation Area + Marathon Race + Not Be Suitable + Block Museum + Chicago Towers + Aircrash + OK Robots + Bullet Hole
 

Feedback 2001FEEDBACK: The future? + Sign of life + Boris film + Letter NYPRESS + Submission
 
 
 

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