The Fluxmuseum is dedicated to the collection, performance, production, publishing, promotion, exhibition, documentation and safekeeping of Fluxus works.
The Fluxmuseum is an inclusive venture inviting any artist to contribute to the collection.
Operating as usual
We are reworking the FluxMuseum website so there is a lot to do but here is a mostly complete exhibition from the FluxMuseum that you might enjoy: http://fluxmuseum.org/fluxhibition4/
Collage Exchange Deadline March 21, 2020
It's time for the latest Baker's 1/2 Dozen Collage Exchange! Normally the deadline is March 21. But we didn't have time to put out the word month ago! So we are extending the Spring deadline for this 2019 exchange to May 1, 2019.
Glue some paper together and participate!
See all the details at the exchange page on the COLLAGE MUSEUM website.
Thanks for participating. We'll be watching for your contribution.
International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction
New Fluxus Book from None Records - Yoko Molotov and Douglas Lucas
The Fluxmuseum - Fluxus Art, Fluxus Artists's cover photo
Fluxhibition#4 Listed in top 5 of Critic's Best Exhibitions of 2011 in Fort Worth
fwweekly.com Gallery Art Show in Last 12 Months Readers’ choice: Piranha Bear, The Where House Critic’s Top Five: A Certain Shade of Aftermath by Timothy Harding, Gallery 76102 Guest-curated by Christopher Blay (past critic’s choice for “Best Artist”),
A collage for the Collage Centennial by Luc Fierens.
A Box full of Noises from Bifidus Jones for the Fluxcase Micro Museum.
Collage/Assemblage Centennial 1912-2012
CALL FOR WORKS: DEADLINE NOVEMBER 15, 2011. PLEASE REPOST
collagemuseum.com Collage/Assemblage Centennial 1912-2012 Call for Works
Fluxhibition #4 - A Book About Death - Fluxface in Space Installation Shots at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center Oct 8, 2010
Images from the permanent collection
Old School Fluxus and New and Improved Fluxus
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[04/28/10] The FluxMuseum on Facebook
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