George Maciunas founded one of the most influential art movements of the 20th century: Fluxus. Embodying its principle that art must not congeal, in everything he did he transformed the lives of artists and in so doing transformed the fate of SoHo. By Gerry Beegan

 Installationansicht »Bernadette Corporation: 2000 Wasted Years« Artists Space, New York, 2012.  Foto: Daniel Pérez

Installation view, »Bernadette Corporation: 2000 Wasted Years«, Artists Space, New York 
Photo: Daniel Pérez

A sprawling, multi-panel chronology of Bernadette Corporation’s history included in their current retrospective at Artists Space pinpoints their formation in SoHo in 1993 as the initiative of one »Bernadette« and some others active in the neighborhood club culture.