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Július Koller’s “Subjektobjekt”

GALERIE MARTIN JANDA, Vienna

Július Koller, Question Mark 1-4, Anti-Happening, 1969.
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Max L. Feldman

Július Koller’s “anti-happenings” are reflexive practices, acting out a lived situation—relating mostly to Czechoslovakia’s repressive, post–Prague Spring “normalization” period between 1969 and 1987 and the limits of artistic activity at the time. Documenting silly or banal everyday activities, including ping-pong games, taking photographs of groups standing in a question mark... continue reading
Július Koller, Otáznik (Anti-Happening), 1969.
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Simon Rees

Anyone who grew up in the 1970s and watched the Children’s Television Network/PBS educational series Sesame Street was subliminally prepared for the gamut of conceptualism in (contemporary) art. No character prepared one better than the “Mad Painter,” who popped up in the unlikeliest of places in his Chaplinesque bowler hat... continue reading

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