Bloomsday 64: Actions, Agit-Pop, De-collage, Happenings, Texte : Stanley Brouwn, Bazon Brock, Franz Mon, Tomas Schmit, Wolf Vostell

“Extremely rare publication on the happening and action day taking place on June 26, 1964 in the Loehr Gallery. Contains among others Stanley Brouwn “a short manifest brouwn”, Franz Mon “Bildzeitung” (collage), Bazon Brock “Conference on the tattoo on the upper body of the king of Denmark”, Nam June Paik “I am of the opinion that if third WAR komes, it will be because of Bild Zeitung “, typewriter poem by Tomas Schmit, Nam June Paik” Excerpt from the Symphony N ° 5/1963 “and decollages by Wolf Vostell. The catalog produced in staples is a cut version of the poster, which was also printed on both sides. During the happening taking place in the courtyard of the gallery – the gallery was on a former farm – Vostell and Bayrle had covered the pavement with picture newspapers and crawled through the newspapers, spreading black, red, and gold colors on it. Vostell then crushed the remains of the Bild newspapers into a pulp with a mixer.”

pp. 16; BW ills.; staple binding. Publisher: Galerie Loehr, Frankfurt-Niederursel, 1964.

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“Extremely rare publication on the happening and action day taking place on June 26, 1964 in the Loehr Gallery. Contains among others Stanley Brouwn “a short manifest brouwn”, Franz Mon “Bildzeitung” (collage), Bazon Brock “Conference on the tattoo on the upper body of the king of Denmark”, Nam June Paik “I am of the opinion that if third WAR komes, it will be because of Bild Zeitung “, typewriter poem by Tomas Schmit, Nam June Paik” Excerpt from the Symphony N ° 5/1963 “and decollages by Wolf Vostell. The catalog produced in staples is a cut version of the poster, which was also printed on both sides. During the happening taking place in the courtyard of the gallery – the gallery was on a former farm – Vostell and Bayrle had covered the pavement with picture newspapers and crawled through the newspapers, spreading black, red, and gold colors on it. Vostell then crushed the remains of the Bild newspapers into a pulp with a mixer.”

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