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    Otto Muehl

    Once I had presented work by Günter Brus in my gallery several times and had included ‘Aktionsfotos’ (Actions pictures) by Otto Muehl and Hermann Nitsch in group exhibitions, I was included in…

  • Thom Puckey

    For many years, the British performance artists Thom Puckey and Dirk Larsen worked together under the name ‘Reindeer werk’. They presented their so-called ‘living-workshops’ both at home and abroad and called their…

  • Endre Tót & Pierre Restany

    Endre Tót & Pierre Restany In 1978, Hungarian artist Endre Tót came up with a Mail-Art project for Galerie A. He made a list with NULLIFIED QUESTIONS of which a hundred copies…

  • Vulto

    Jos Vulto’s artistic career took off with smoking fish and meat. Soon after other products followed suit, like smoked milk crates. He used these to make imprints on linen. Once, Vulto even…

  • Nam June Paik

    Many Fluxus composers ‘wrote’ pieces for the violin. Since 1962, once of these has often been performed successfully, namely: Solo for violin viola cello or contrabass, by George Brecht. The musical score…

  • Wim T. Schippers

    In 1965, a special presentation of glass objects took place in Bergeijk (a town south of Eindhoven) with the motto: ‘Play of Glass and Light’. From the 4th of July until the…

  • Endre Tót

    Endre Tót The Hungarian artist Endre Tót was one of the most interesting Mail Art-artists of the 1970s. He used to send letters all over the world from Budapest, and jokingly applied…

  • Henri Chopin

    Henri Chopin (1922-2008) Chopin’s experiments in the field of sound poetry were ground-breaking. He was also an amazing performer. From 1958 onwards, he published a magazine completely devoted to new forms of…

  • Dan Flavin

    On Friday afternoon, mayor Kolfschoten of The Hague stepped over this work of the American artist Dan Flavin. “I step over it to make it known that I despise it”, the mayor…

  • Yayoi Kusama

    An exhibition that made a lasting impression on me took place in 1968 in Gallery Mickery in Loenersloot, a village in Utrecht province. Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama had previously gained nation-wide recognition…