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Robin Crozier

NOTICE: THE FANTAZDIQ EXHIBITION, c1971
Black print on off-white paper.

A rare poster by the British artist Robin Crozier. Regarded as the most significant Mail Artist working in the UK, Crozier experiments with Concrete Poetry, as seen in the poster's nonsense wordplay. It is possible only two copies were produced, with the Robin Crozier Archive at Tate being the home of the other.

Below:

Project Three (Gallery Director): Measurements; Objects; Alternatives, 1974
Coloured felt pens on white paper. Instructions: 250 x 200 mm; postcards: 140 x 90 mm.

A unique work consisting of handwritten cards (postcard format). ‘Project Three’ is a Fluxus-style game in which the participant is asked to form an exhibition within the gallery; within the context of the Peter Stuyvesant Northern Painters and Sculptors Open. Instructions include: ‘please place this card upon any object that one can get round in two minutes’; ‘please attach this card to anything blue’; ‘please attach this card to anything that is not art’.

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Left:

Magritte Magritte Van Gogh Matisse, 1971
Mixed media collage, framed, 658 x 480 mm.

Above:

Leda and the Swan, 1971
Ink drawing on paper, framed, 707 x 520 mm. This work was central to an exhibition of Crozier’s work entitled ‘Leda and the Swan’ at Bookshop Gallery/Ceolfrith Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK.