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

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Author Index
A
Aarons, Leroy F. 728
Abeel, Erica 544, 685
Abelman, Lester 634
Adams, Brooks 2169
Adams, Hugh 244
Adema, Pierre-Marcel 182
Adler, Renata 686
Adriani, Gotz 915
Agalidi, Sanda 2035
Agnello, Michael 819, 2070
Ahlander, Leslie Judd 743
Akasegawa, Genpei 793, 823, 1669-1670, 1676
Albrecht D. 781, 2431
Albright, Thomas 468, 1321, 1452, 1467
Alexander, Randolph 1372
Allemandi, Umberto 3189, 3266
Allen, Roy A. 3657
Alloway, Lawrence 282, 330, 333, 353, 846, 1518, 1662, 2016, 2036, 2711, 2831
Almhofer, Edith 2977
Alocco, Marcel 969, 1217
Altshuler, Bruce 1322
Amaya, Mario 2712
Anders, Gunther 354
Andersen, Af Aagaard 2141
Andersen, Eric 355, 834, 1323, 1409
Andersen, Troels 1888-1889
Anderson, Alexandra 1411
Anderson, Jack 224, 356, 561
Anderson, Ruth 3550
Anderson, Simon 1293, 1324
Andreae, Christopher 523
Andreoli-deVillers, J. P. 81
Angus, Sylvia 357
Annibaldi, Claudio 1054
Antonucci, Giovanni 29-30, 61-63
Antrobus, John 349
Apollinaire, Guillaume 179
Apollonio, Umbro 12, 2270
Apostolides, Jean-Marie 1850
Appelqvist, Otso 1104
Apple, Jacki 1656, 2110
Applegate, Judith 3222
Appleton, Steven 3080
Argelander, Ronald 358
Armleder, John 838-839
Aronson, Harvey 1997
Arrowsmith, Pat 2286
Art Workers Coalition 841-842
Artioli, Umberto 31

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