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

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Appendix IV:
List of Artists/Artists Groups by Country
Argentina
Masotta, Oscar
Minujin, Marta
Austria
Achleitner, Friedrich
Artmann, H.C.
Bayer, Konrad
Brus, Gunter
Cibulka, Heinz
Export, Valie
Frohner, Adolf
Kren, Kurt
Mis, Erika
Muehl, Otto
Nitsch, Hermann
Rainer, Arnulf
Ruehm, Gerhard
Schilling, Alfons
Schwarzkogler, Rudolf
Weibel, Peter
Wiener Aktionismus
Wiener Gruppe
Wiener, Oswald
Belgium
Toche, Jean
Vaneigem, Raoul
Canada
Page, Robin
Czechoslovakia
Aktual Group
Brikcius, Eugen
Filko, Stano
Czechoslovakia (cont.)
Honys, Josef
Knizak, Milan
Mach, Jan
Mach, Vit
Marik, M.
Mlynarcik, Alex
Patocka, J.
Pospisilova, Helena
Svecova, Sona
Tichy, P.
Trtilek, Jan
Wittmann, Robert
Zelibska, Jana
Zizkova, Zdenko
Denmark
Andersen, Erik
Christiansen, Henning
Koepcke, Arthur
France
Bernstein, Michele
Debord, Guy
Lebel, Jean-Jacques
Oldenbourg, Serge III
Vautier, Ben
Vienet, Rene
Germany
Beuys, Joseph
Brock, Bazon
Caspari, Carlheinz
Dressler, Otto
Fischer, Lothar
Group Zero
Gruppe Spur

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