Estera Milman Fluxus: A Conceptual Country (1992)

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Fluxus: A Conceptual Country (1992) examines the historical landscape of the Fluxus experimental art movement. The exhibition included art objects, publications, and performance relics from this international network of artists. Centered around Fluxus events, the materials reflect how Fluxus transformed art from an object of aesthetic contemplation to a gesture of political action. The exhibition highlights the diverse practices of artists, composers, and poets affiliated with the movement. After being presented at Franklin Furnace, the exhibition traveled to the Madison Art Center, University of Iowa, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, and Northwestern University. Fluxus: A Conceptual Country was curated by Estera Milman, who also served as the guest editor of the exhibition’s catalog.

Estera Milman’s fine arts experience spans over thirty years as a distinguished art historian, curator, and researcher. She has published widely on art spanning the 20th-21st centuries, and has curated major exhibitions in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Milman was the Founding Director of Alternative Traditions in the Contemporary Arts and served as a Charter Member of Conceptual and Intermedia Arts Online (CIAO). She has been the recipient of grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and New York State Council on the Arts. Milman received a BFA in Painting, Printmaking, and Film from the Rhode Island School of Design and a MFA in Photography and Photomedia from the University of Iowa.

Additional Materials

icon Fluxus: A Conceptual Country catalogue of works 

icon Fluxus: A Conceptual Country press release 


Additional Info

  • Título: A Conceptual Country
  • Holdings: photo gallery
  • Idioma: English
  • Data da performance: 18 Sept-14 Nov 1992
  • Lugar: Franklin Furnace, New York, New York, USA
  • Type/Format: installation
  • Credits: Curated by Estera Milman. Photographic documentation by Marty Heitner.

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