In addition to the items in the Wallach Division, the Library owns numerous unique Fluxus materials housed throughout other collections.
The Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature Division houses authors first editions, letters and manuscripts.
Chant a capella. New York: Judson Poets' Theater, 1977.
A broadside advertising a three-day event at Judson Memorial Church (55 Washington Square South, Greenwich Village), Nov. 18, 19, & 20 at 8:00 p.m.; the event was conceived by the French-born conceptual and performance artist Jean Dupuy, who also performed.
May Yam Time. New York: Smolin Gallery, 1963.
Calendar of Fluxus events and happenings in May 1963 arranged by the Smolin Gallery.
The Library’s Rare Books Division owns a number of Fluxus items that are primarily poetry books.
Gallo, Philip. X.A. Jesus: archive of the unknown Fluxus poet. Minneapolis: P. Gallo @ Walker Art Center, 1993.
Distributed to attendees of an interview with Phil Gallo at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.
Williams, Emmett. Deutsche Gedichte und Lichtskulpturen. Berlin: Rainer Verlag, 1988.
Contains concrete poems composed by Williams in German.
Fluxus materials relating to performances that may contain scores and recordings can be found at the Library for the Performing Arts.
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