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Abstract expressionism and Action painting preceded the Fluxus movementHappenings and the emergence of Performance Art.
Performance art was anticipated, if not explicitly formulated, by Japan 's Gutai group of the s, especially in such works as Atsuko Tanaka 's Electric Dress In the late s Earth artists as diverse as Robert SmithsonDennis OppenheimMichael Heizer and Carl Andre created environmental pieces that predict the performance art of the s.
Works of conceptual artists in the early s, like Sol LeWittwho converted mural-style drawing into an act of performance by others, were influenced by Yves Klein and the Earth artists as well. Carolee Schneemannperforming her piece Interior Scroll. In the s a variety of new works, concepts and the increasing number of artists led to new kinds of performance art.
Kaprow had coined the term Happening describing a new artform, at the beginning of the s. A Happening allows the artist to experiment with body motion, recorded sounds, written and spoken texts, and even smells.
One of Kaprow's earliest was "Happenings in the New York Scene," written in as the form was developing. While the audiences in Happenings had been welcomed as the performers, it is only sometimes and often unwittingly that they become an active part in a Performance.
Theater is in the Street Paris in Hermann Nitsch in presented his "Theatre of Orgies and Mysteries" Orgien- und Mysterien Theatera precursor to performance art, close to the performing arts.
Andy Warhol during the early s beginning to create films and video,  in the mids sponsored the Velvet Underground and staged events and performances in New York, like the Exploding Plastic Inevitable that featured live Rock music, exploding lights, and film. The Living Theatre chiefly toured in Europe between andand in the U.Artist Illustrate What Every Long-Term Relationship Is Like
A work of this period, Paradise Now was notorious for its audience participation and a scene in which actors recited a list of social taboos that included nudity, while disrobing. The work of performance artists after often showed influences of the cultural and political events of that year. Smith with Ritual Meal was at the forefront of the feminist body- and performance art of the s; among others including: Carolee Schneemannand Joan Jonas.
New artists with radical performances were Chris Burdenwith the performance piece Shoot, in which he was shot in his left arm by an assistant from a distance of about five meters, and Vito Acconci in the same year with Seedbed.
The book Expanded Cinemaby Gene Youngbloodmarked a shift in the use of media by performance artists. The first book considering video art as an art form, mentions Jud Yalkut as a pioneering video artist.
Since he had collaborated in dozens of intermedia performances throughout the United States, also with Nam June Paikwho beginning of the s already had been a fluxus performer on the way to become a media artist.
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As to the art of Paik, Youngblood refers to works of Carolee Schneemann and Robert Whitman from the s, which had been pioneering for performance art, becoming an independent artform at the beginning of the s. Joan Jonas began to include video in her experimental performances in Carolee Schneemann work inEye Body, already had been a prototype of performance art.
Schneemann in drew on with innovative solo performances, like Interior Scroll, showing the female body as an artistic medium. In the mid seventies, behind the iron curtain, in the Eastern European capitals: Critical of the patriarchal discourse of art and the equally patriarchal state forced "emancipation program", pioneering feminist point of view on both, made her forerunner in the 70s political and artistic environment.
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InHA Schult filled St. She had similar passions towards him.
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She was a photographer and a painter and was very intelligent. Dora was witness to him creating his masterpiece Guernica. She was deeply in love with the painter, but even that feeling was not strong enough to survive his difficult behaviour.
She could not stand his abuse and philandering and left him in In she published her memoirs called Life with Picasso and moved to New York. In she auctioned 20 drawings of herself by Pablo Picasso. His year-old bride was Jacqueline Roque, who treated him like he was a saint. Jacqueline trying to teach Picasso a ballet routine, The period when he was with her was a very creative time for Picasso.
She was his last muse and appeared in more than of his paintings and ceramics. The artist died inwith Jacqueline by his side. Thirteen years later, she decided to commit suicide after concluding that she had accomplished everything for him. Picasso giving Jacqueline a kiss, Woman with Yellow Hat JacquelinePablo Picasso,private collection While Picasso left behind a huge legacy, he was highly influenced by all of the women that he had known like nobody else could have done.