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NO!art anthologyNO!art - PIN-UPS - EXCREMENT - PROTEST - JEW-ART |  Köln 1988 | compiled by Boris Lurie and Dietmar Kirves | with Aragon, Aronovici, Ashton, Ayden, Battcock, Brown, Brunelle, Clert, Dawson, D'Arcangelo, De Hirsh Margules, Or-Ner, Erro, John Fisher, Stanley Fisher, Gassiot-Talabot, Gillespie, Gilman, Goertz, Goodman, Hess, Janco, Kahlke, Kline, Krim, Kusama, Lebel, Lurie, de Micheli, Micheline, O'Doherty, Picard, Rosenberg, Barry N. Schwartz, Emanuel K. & Reta Shaknove Schwartz, Schwarz, Simon, Stein, Stuart, Toche, Vostell, Waitzkin, Wisniewski and Wolfe. more
 

NO!art in Buchenwald | Boris Lurie: Geschriebigtes + GedichtigtesNO!art in Buchenwald | Boris Lurie: Geschriebigtes / Gedichtigtes | Stuttgart 2003 | Compiled by Lurie and Kirves for the show "Boris Lurie: Werke 1946-1998" at Weimar-Buchenwald Memorial 1998/99. | Contributions by his friends Baj, Baratella, Brown, Brunet, Brus, Erro, Fabricius, Gatewood, Georges, Gerz, Gilman, Goldman, Golub, Goodman, Hallmann, Kaprow, Kusama, Kuzminsky, Lebel, Levitt, Long, Patterson, Rancillac, Salles, Salmon, Stuart, Tambellini, Theuerkauf, Tobocman, Toche, Tsuchiya, Vostell, Wolf. more
 

NO!art in Buchenwald | Boris Lurie: Geschriebigtes + GedichtigtesBoris Lurie: House of Anita; New York 2010 | The Boris Lurie Art Foundation announces the first publication of House of Anita, a novel by Boris Lurie. Copies will be available at the opening of the first exhibition of Lurie's work since his death in 2008. Boris Lurie worked on the composition of House of Anita from the seventies almost up to the end of his life. It is his Ecce homo. In the guise of an S/M novel, if a quite surreal and absurd S/M novel, the work attempts to come to terms with the circumstances of his traumatic youth interned at the Nazi death camps at Buchenwald and elsewhere, while exploring the meaning of the life of the artist and the place of art in the post-Holocaust world and railing against the degradation of art by the art market. more
 

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