Collection of altogether 22 pieces of ephemera related to Fluxus artist Bazon Brock, including a leaflet "La Garde Meurt et Ne Se Rend Pas"(Donnerstagsmanifest 1962), a partial leaflet "Ihr Tauben Fliegt" (Donnerstagsmanifest 1961, torn along bottom edge), a poster "Vergoldung der Umwelt" (1962), a manifest from Galerie 207 in Amsterdam, several typed letters addressed to art dealer, collector, and author Carl Laszlo dated 1959-1961, some with handwritten signature or notations, and eight handwritten letters and notes to Laszlo, the earliest dated November 27, 1958. One flyer with losses along bottom portion, some letters hole-punched along left-hand margin. Various sizes, most 4to. Paper folder, some contents loose, some bound. N.p. (Frankfurt) 1958-1962. Bazon Brock is an art critic, professor, writer, artist, and important member of the Fluxus movement. Originally born in Poland, his family fled during World War II, was interned in a prison camp, and settled in Germany after the war. In the 1960s, Brock began participating in Happenings with fellow Fluxus artists Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Joseph Beuys, and Wolf Vostell. Brock most likely first crossed paths with Laszlo as a contributor to Laszlo's neo-Dada cultural journal Panderma (later called Radar). (Inventory #: 48442)
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