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

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Action Art 1950s-1970s: Gutai, Happenings, Fluxus, Viennese Actionism, Destruction in Art, the Provos, Situationism and Beyond

GENERAL WORKS

See also # 3640-3645

244. Adams Hugh. Art of the Sixties. Oxford: Phaidon, 1978. 80p.

245. Aue Walter. P. C. A.; Projecte, Concepte & Actionen. Koln: DuMont Schauberg, 1971. 1 v. (unpaged); chiefly ill. [German text]

246. Backworks. Performance: Photographs of a Decade 1959- 69. Compiled by Jon Hendricks and Barbara Moore. New York: Backworks, 1977. 1 v. (unpaged). Annotated sales catalogue No. B of the now defunct experimental art dealership Backworks. Includes descriptions and photos of Happenings and Fluxus works of the 1960s. [Copy held by Museum of Modern Art Library, Sales Catalogue files]

247. Banes Sally. Democracy's Body: Judson Dance Theatre, 1962-1964. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1983. 270p. (Studies in the Fine Arts. The Avant-Garde; no. 43)

248. Bonito Oliva, Achille. Europe/America: the different avant-gardes. Milano: Deco Press, 1976. 304p.

249. Cage John. Silence. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1961. 276p.

250. Congreso Internacional de Happening, 1st, Granollers, Spain, 1976. Happening de Happenings y Todo es Happening: documentos y testimonios sobre el I Congreso Internacional de Happening, organizado por el C.I.T. "Comarca del Valles" y celebrado en Granollers los dias 26, 27 y 28 de marzo de 1976. Granollers, Barcelona: JIM, 1979. 103p. (Coleccion Granollers happening; v. 1) [Spanish text]

251. Cosic Bora. Mixed Media. Beograd: Nezavisno autorsko izdanje, 1970. 104p. [Serbo-Croatian text]. International survey of multimedia activities in the 1960s--Fluxus, Happenings, Dutch Provos, etc., focusing on Eastern Europe.

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