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Berliner Kunstprojekt, Berlin

NO!Art movement celebrates itself with a great collective exhibition. The NO!Art wants to corrupt the system of art and the common way of thinking working on a new conjuction between artists and social action

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The following artists are in the show: Boris Lurie (New York), Clayton Patterson (New York), Seth Tobocman (New York), Aldo Tambellini (Cambridge), Amikam Goldman (Tel Aviv), Jean-Jacques Lebel (Paris), Frank-Kirk Ehm-Marks (Berlin), Blalla W. Hallmann (Windsbach), Hansk (Berlin), Harry Hass (Berlin), Dietmar Kirves (Berlin), Enzo Mastrangelo (Berlin), Stu Mead (Berlin), Peter Meseck (Berlin), Bruno S. (Berlin), Naomi T. Salmon Salmon (Weimar), Reinhard Scheibner (Berlin), Lars Schubert (Berlin), Klaus Theuerkauf (Berlin), Friedrich Wall (Freienbrink), Mathilda Wolf (Berlin), Natalia E. Woytasik (Berlin), Miron Zownir (Berlin).

NO!art occupies the strategic juncture where artistic production and socio-cultural action meet. The NO!art movement was created in New York in 1959 by Boris Lurie, Sam Goodman and Stanley Fisher. NO!art is based on the historical experiences of the Second World War and struck root in the early sixties, as a product of armies, concentration camps and lumpenproletariat artists. It's targets are the hypocritical intelligentsia, capitalist culture manipulation, consumerism and their Moloch's. Aim of the NO!art is total unabashed self-expression in art leading to social involvement.

Collective confrontation artists, no lighthearted Duchampesque, Dadaists, Neodadaists, or "pop-artists," no consumerism's middleclass nor Noveau Riche Liberals background makers. But believers in the unfashionable notion of the Art. NO!-ON SHOW asks to have the courage to change the course of the steering wheel into the essential progressive direction of humanity and mental-spiritual future.

Curator: Dietmar Kirves

Opening on Friday November 7th at 6 p.m.
Film screening from November 8th till 12th, 7 to 9 p.m.
Finissage on Saturday November 29, 2003 at 6 p.m.
Open: Wednesday till Saturday, 1 to 6 p.m.


Gneisenaustr. 33
1. yard/ 3. floor
10961 Berlin
Phone 030-69 56 57 50

dal 9/1/2004 al 30/1/2004

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