|M E M O
N O ! a r t
LURIE'S LAST WILL
|GUESTBOOK ENTRIES BY:
►DIETMAR KIRVES ►CLAYTON PATTERSON
►MATHILDA WOLF ►MARITZA ►NATALIA E. WOYTASIK ►NAOMI T. SALMON
►ALDO TAMBELLINI ►NEW YORK TIMES
DIETMAR KIRVES: We met us in the 70's to develope the NO!art movement. We put together the first NO!art anthology in the 80's. I was with you during 9/11 to prepare the NO!art and the Aesthetic of Doom Show. You supported my art studio work. I miss you and your creative controversial activities. Much success in the eternity. Your voice will be always in my mind until we shall meet us again in the eternal hunting ground. NO!art goes on.
CLAYTON PATTERSON: We will never give up, we will never give in, we will never quite- the struggle continues- our voices will eventually be heard and the message will be understood - you will be remembered- the struggle continues. we love you brother- R.I.P.
MATHILDA WOLF: For Boris, the great master of NO!art. You are where I shall be and you were where I am. I gratefully rember the important and creative hours we spent together in Cologne, New York and Berlin. The Great Spirit bless you. R.I.P.
NATALIA E. WOYTASIK: for boris lurie, kings & queens died, so we will meet soon and return like an U-turn back to the future of us...all the best to him and his mind! N.E.W.
NAOMI T. SALMON:
ALDO TAMBELLINI: Remembering the many many times coming from Cambridge, MA, I stayed at your apartment on E 66th ST…the late evening & half of the nights, 2 artists talking about WWII-world politics-social issues-sometimes debating our beliefs in ART & yes, discussing the state of the ARTS-our long discussions on the phone-the many letters with clippings you sent me which led to even more discussions this old friend misses you, ► aldo tambellini
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