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

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Artist Index
A
Acconci, Vito 2979
Achleitner, Friedrich 818, 3444-3451
Agnello, Michael 819-822, 2227-2230
Akasegawa, Genpei 794-797, 804, 823, 1225 1669-1677, 2478
Aktual Group 309, 824-832
Albrecht D. 565, 1225
Alocco, Marcel 779, 1217, 1225, 3649
Andersen, Eric 328, 565, 833-837, 1225, 1255, 1275, 1325, 1386, 1409, 3643
Antin, Eleanor 1213
Armleder, John M. 838-840,
Art Workers' Coalition 841-886
Artmann, H. C. 887-892, 3444-3451
Ashley, Mary 2638-2656
Ashley, Robert 893-899, 2638-2656
Ay-O 271, 336, 338, 900-903, 1225, 1386
B
Baj, Enrico 491
Ball, Hugo 112-113
Balla, Giacomo 32
Barce, Ramon 375, 904-908, 3492-3500
Bauhaus Imaginiste 1841, 2846
Bauhaus Situationniste 909-912
Bayer, Konrad 913-914, 3444-3451
Beal, Dana 2484
Berner, Jeff 468-469, 1225, 1452
Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo 8
Bernstein, Michele 2961
Beuys, Joseph 8, 336, 338, 565, 750-752, 915-932, 1225, 2366, 3643
Black Mask 933-935, 3140
Boltanski, Christian 3179
Borkin, Harold 2638-2656
Boyd, Don 1214
Boyle, Mark 936-952
Bozzi, Robert 1225
Brecht, George 328, 330-331, 338, 396, 537, 742, 746-747, 753-759, 953-1002, 1213, 1218-1219, 1225-1226, 1252, 1307, 1409 3643, 3650
Brikcius, Eugen 771-772, 1003-1006
Brock, Bazon 327, 336, 750-752, 1007-1009
Brouwn, Stanley 327, 815, 1010-1017, 1225
Brus, Gunter 1018-1041, 3385-3443, 3643, 3700
Buren, Daniel 2979
Byrd, Joseph 1042, 2227-2230
C
Cacioppo, George 1043-1047, 2638-2656
Cale, John 1225, 1409

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