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

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Appendix V: List of Artists Groups and Collectives
Aktual Group
Knizak, Milan
Korejs, V.
Marik, M.
Patocka, J.
Pospisilova, Helena
Svecova, Sona
Tichy, P.
Trtilek, Jan
Wittmann, Robert
Zizkova, Zdenko
Art Workers Coalition
Gross, Alex
Haacke, Hans
Lippard, Lucy
Bauhaus Situationniste
Elde, Ansgar
Fazakerley, Gordon
Magnus, Carl
Nash, Jorgen
Prem, Heimrad
Strid, Hardy
Thorsen, Jens Jorgen
Black Mask
Georgakas, Dan
Morea, Ben
Fluxus
Andersen, Eric
Armleder, John M.
Ay-O
Berner, Jeff
Beuys, Joseph
Fluxus (cont.)
Boyd, Don
Brecht, George
Caspari, Carlheinz
Chiari, Giuseppe
Christiansen, Henning
Corner, Philip
Filliou, Robert
Fine, Albert M.
Flynt, Henry
Friedman, Ken
Hendricks, Bici
Hendricks, Geoffrey
Higgins, Dick
Hompson, Davi Det
Kirkeby, Per
Klintberg, Bengt Af
Knowles, Alison
Koepcke, Arthur
Kosugi, Takehisa
Kubota, Shigeko
Landsbergis, Vytautas
Maciunas, George
Miller, Larry
Oldenbourg, Serge III
Ono, Yoko
Page, Robin
Paik, Nam June
Patterson, Ben
Porter, Bern
Ridder, Willem de
Roth, Dieter
Saito, Takako
Schippers, Wim T.
Schmit, Tomas
Sharits, Paul
Shiomi, Mieko
Spoerri, Daniel
Tone, Yasunao
Vautier, Ben

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