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INVOLVEMENT SHOW STATEMENT
By SAM GOODMAN (1961)
|Published in: Lurie, Boris; Krim, Seymour: NO!art, Cologne 1988|
Run! Hide! Scream!!
While You May.
Shattering, The Ground Crumbling
A Cry ...
In This Wilderness
And secure us with shallow, repetitious decorations.
An escapist fireplace to warm our illusions over.
A blank wall to cogitate inactive withdrawal.
Cold geometries calculate our final destinya fallout of annihilation.
The plastic arts do have the magic, the answers, the potency for the dedicated, searching and humanly invoIved artist, more than ever in our times.
The March Gallery is a co-op gallery where the artist spends his own hard earned money and time not only on paint and canvas and materials of his craft, but must pay rent on the gallery, electricity, printing, mailing, photographs, etc., etc.
We at the March Gallery have something to say …
SAM GOODMAN: *1919 in Toronto, Canada † 1967 in New York.He founded and organized the Experimental Art Group in Toronto in 1937.Moved to New York in 1947 and created the March Group in 1959 together with Boris Lurie and Stanley Fisher. The NO!art movement came out of this group. | MORE