Robert Filliou (1926 – 1987) was a French Fluxus artist, who produced works as a filmmaker, "action poet," sculptor, and happenings maestro.Read more about the artist
Dear Visitor X,
We’ve made this exhibition because we think Robert Filliou (1926–1987) is one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. Perhaps it takes the twenty-first century to realise that. See for yourself!
We thank everyone who helped us with the exhibition: all the many lenders (not least the Estate of Robert Filliou and Peter Freeman Inc. in Paris and New York) and all those who shared their knowledge and memories of Filliou (not least Cécile Barrault in Paris and Irmeline Lebeer in Brussels).
Of course we also thank Marianne Filliou.
Welcome to the exhibition!
M HKA (through Anders Kreuger)
“The Secret of Permanent Creation: Whatever you’re thinking; think something else. Whatever you’re doing; do something else. The Absolute Secret of Permanent Creation: Desire nothing, decide nothing, choose nothing, be aware of yourself, stay awake, calmly seated, do nothing.” – Robert Filliou