Allan Kaprow (23 August 1927 – 5 April 2006) was an American Fluxus artist, assemblagist a pioneer in establishing the concepts of performance art, and the originator of Happenings.
- You can't teach colour from Cézanne, you can only teach it from something like this bubble-gum wrapper.
- The line between art and life should be kept as fluid, and perhaps indistinct, as possible.
- A walk down 14th street is more amazing than any masterpiece of art.
- ...the problem with artlike art, or even doses of artlike art that still linger in lifelike art, is that it overemphasizes the discourse within art...