Action Art: A Bibliography of Artists' Performance from Futurism to Fluxus and Beyond

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ACHLEITNER, FRIEDRICH (1930- ) (Austria)

See also # 3444-3451

818. Priessnitz Reinhard. "Friedrich Achleitner." Neues Forum (Wien), No. 214 (Oktober/ November 1971): 63-64.


AGNELLO, MICHAEL

See also # 1042, 2227-2230

819. Agnello Michael. "Process: Happening or Reality." Los Angeles Free Press ( September 2 1966): 10; ( September 9 1966): 4--Response to Peter Yates's Sept. 9th piece below (# 821).

820. Kunkin Art, and Jeanne Morgan. "Are You Out There, Veterans of Process?" Los Angeles Free Press ( September 2 1966): 11, 17.

821. Yates Peter. "Process: a critique of a happening." Los Angeles Free Press ( September 2 1966): 11; ( September 9 1966): 4--Response to Michael Agnello's Sept. 9th piece above (# 819).

822._____. "Process: a happening, performed in Los Angeles, Friday, August 26, 1966." Arts and Architecture ( November 1966): 34-36; Discussion ( February 1967): 28-29. Exchange of letters between Peter Yates and Allan Kaprow concerning Yates's reaction to Process.


AKASEGAWA, GENPEI (1937- ) (Japan)

See also # 794-797, 804, 1225, 1669-1677

823. Akasegawa Genpei. "The 1960s The Art Which Destroyed Itself: An Intimate Account." In Reconstructions: Avant-Garde Art in Japan 1945-1965. Oxford: Museum of Modern Art, 1985, pp. 85-90. Personal account of Akasegawa's involvement with the Japanese avant-garde art scene of the early 60s. A profile of Akasegawa's career is also included, p. 75.

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