The Museum of Modern Art’s retrospective exhibition Liquid Reality showcases how Kubota turned video art into sculpture.
At the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, performers will activate remarkable pianos inspired by John Cage and commissioned by Italian collector Francesco Conz.
The Getty Research Institute, in partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has embarked on a year-long program to historicize the movement and recreate seminal performances and installations.
Higgins was a participant observer of outrageous innovations in art, music, poetry, performance, and independent publishing for decades beginning in the 1960s.
FluZUsic/FLUXUS MUSIC at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery is a sweeping, interactive presentation of artwork, instruments, and compositions.
A retrospective devoted to pioneering Fluxus artist Ben Vautier tracks his evolution from a radical thinker and early conceptual artist to salable brand name.
It’s September 11, 2001, and a group of Fluxus artists has convened in Odense, Denmark.
“The performance is about 70 minutes long,” said 72-year-old composer Yoshi Wada, introducing his iconic “Earth Horns with Electronic Drone” at Soho’s Emily Harvey Foundation.
When Beatle John Lennon, artist Yoko Ono’s third husband, was shot and killed in 1980, Ono went into deep mourning.
BERLIN — The exhibition And away with the minutes spins like a rococo confection around the prolific noise music projects of the legendary and influential German-born Swiss artist Dieter Roth.
LOS ANGELES — It was still dark when I set off on the uncrowded freeway, the few other people on the road either partiers coming home late or workers on their way to the early shift.
Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971, an exhibition that opens tomorrow at the Museum of Modern Art, examines in depth the early work and ideas of a well-known, influential Fluxus and multimedia artist.