Action, reality and fiction in the art of the 60’s in the Netherlands

Posted by – December 1, 2020

Living Painting, Simon Posthuma en Anton Kothuys (photo Hans Bruggeman)

Crash happening, Yoshio Nakajima (photo Cor Jaring)

Traffic in Town, Yoshio Nakajima, Thom Jaspers and Robert Jasper Grootveld (photo Cor Jaring)

Stoned in the streets, Marijke Koger (photo Cor Jaring)

Stoned in the streets, The reveal of the third eye of Bart Huges (photo Cor Jaring)

Stoned in the streets, Johnny van Doorn and Peter Bergman (photo Cor Jaring)

Robert Jasper Grootveld in the Anti-smoke temple (photo Igno Cuypers)

Robert Jasper Grootveld (photo Cor Jaring)

Open the Grave, Gerrit Lakmaaker, Cornelis Bastiaan Vaandrager, Robert Jasper Grootveld (photo Ed van der Elsken)

Open the Grave, Robert Jasper Grootveld (photo Hans Bruggeman)

Open the Grave, Simon Vinkenoog (film Jan Vrijman)

International Program, Willem de Ridder – Laughing 1962 (photo Egbert Munks)

International Program, Benjamin Patterson – Paper piece (photo Egbert Munks)

Concert of the Mood Engineering Society, Peter Schat – Sextet for three musicians and three players (photo Herbert Behrens)

‘Hommage à Clovis Trouille’ by Tjebbe van Tijen and Jeffrey Shaw (photo Pieter Boersma)

International Institute for the re-education of artists, project in Finsterwolde (photo Robert Hartzema)

The Corpocinema in Rotterdam (photo Pieter Boersma)

Adynamic works, Wim T. Schippers, glasshall (photo Stedelijk Museum)

2 Comments on Action, reality and fiction in the art of the 60’s in the Netherlands

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yoshio Nakajima. Not ‘Nakayima’.
    His official website
    https://www.yoshionakajima.net

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