George Maciunas: More Than Fluxus. Graphic Design, Objects & Ephemera
May 4 — June 22, 1996
Organized in collaboration with Barbara Moore, proprietor of Bound & Unbound as well as an art historian specializing in Fluxus and other contemporary avant-garde art movements, this first solo exhibition was devoted to the full range work created by Fluxus founder, George Maciunas. The exhibition included many scarce Fluxus and non-Fluxus works, highlighting the process of Maciunas’s work in the creation of maps, charts, advertisements, brochures, posters and signs. Also shown in this exhibition were the object-and-box-multiples for which he is best known.
The New York Times / Art in Review / May 24, 1996 / Holland Cotter / 1 reproduction
Time Out New York / Art / May 22 – 29, 1996 / Tim Griffin / 1 reproduction
Austin American-Statesman / “So Many galleries…” / June 20, 1996 / Madeline Irvine
New York Magazine / Art: On View / May 13, 1996 / 1 reproduction
The Village Voice / Art Short List / Kim Levin