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Fluxus is an enigma. Can it be called an art movement? Or does it defy categorization? Associated with artists such as Joseph Beus and George Brecht, Fluxus was founded in 1961 by George Maciunas, a New York design student who was involved with the group until his death in 1978. It represented the work of a group of young artists, writers and composers involved in a wide r...more
Paperback, 142 pages
Published September 1st 1995 by Thames & Hudson
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