Second edition of the novel by Boris Lurie, with new foreword, afterword, comments and appendixes by Terence Sellers. Hardcover, 333pp.
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Catalog for retrospective August 27– November 2, 2014 in the former Cologne headquarters of the Gestapo.
Catalog for the show in the Museo Vostell Malpartida in Spain.
Catalog for exhibition at STUDIO HOUSE, NY NY.
Boris Lurie in Florence, Italy
8 June 2012 to 31 July 2012
Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights
Spazio SUC, 1° Piano, Piazza delle Murate -50122, Firenze, Italy
Catalog for NO!art group exhibition at Chelsea Art Museum, June 9 July 31, 2011.
From the exhibition at the Zverev Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow, Russia, June 2011.
Boris Lurie Art Foundation at The Chelsea Art Museum, 2011.
John Wronoski, Donald Kuspit, Alan Antliff, Adrian Dannatt, Boris Lurie
Catalog for "BORIS LURIE: NO!art: Prologue to a Retrospective"
25 January 2011 to 25 February 2011
Pierre Menard Gallery, Cambridge, MA USA
Oratorio composed by Marvin David Levy dedicated to Boris Lurie and Holocaust victims. DVD of live premiere at Temple Emanu-El , New York NY, April 28, 2011.
102 minutes, widescreen NTSC
In the guise of an S/M novel the work attempts to come to terms with the circumstances of his traumatic youth, interned in the Nazi death camp at Buchenwald, while exploring the meaning of the life of the artist and the place of art in the post-Holocaust world, and railing against the degradation of art by the market. 225 pp.