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Higgins, Dick

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1939-1998

Biography

Dick Higgins was born in Cambridge, England in 1939 and died in Quebec in 1998. He was a Fluxus artist who studied with John Cage and Henry Cowell (1958-1959), and co-founded Happenings in 1958. He is credited with coining the phrase intermedia to describe his particular approach to artmaking that included (but is not limited to) his visual, musical and literary efforts. He was a theorist, poet, composer, performance artist, printmaker, filmaker, and book publisher. Most notably, Higgins founded Something Else Press (1963-1974), operated the Something Else Gallery (1966-1969) and founded Unpublished Editions (Printed Editions) in 1972.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Dick Higgins Collection

 Collection
Identifier: msc0790
Abstract

He was a Fluxus artist. This is an Alternative Traditions in Contemporary Art Collection (ATCA).

Dates: 1968-1993