Founded

A poem in progress by The Post-Art Poets. Copyleft 2013. No rights reserved.

i poeti dopo dell'arte ('Poets After Art' AKA The PAP) were founded in 1445 by Brunelleschi as a covert, anti-Medici, action group.

— The Post-Art Poets (@PostArtPoets) June 17, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1982 by Luigi Serafini as a fraternal order charged with the protection of his Codex Seraphinianus.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 23, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1941 by Isidore Isou after the authorities closed his magazine "Da" and just before he founded Letterism.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 17, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1895 by Jules Lévy as a follow up to Les Arts Incohérents.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 15, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1972 by Guy Debord upon the disbandment of Situationist International.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 14, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1960 by George Maciunas three years before he wrote the first Fluxus Manifesto.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 13, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1922 by Lajos Kassák in conjunction with his manifesto, Képarchitektúra (Image Architecture).

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 11, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1933 by André Breton upon being expelled from the French Communist Party.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 11, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1957 by Robert Creeley Upon the closing of Black Mountain College.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 11, 2013

The Post-Art Poets were founded in 1916 by Marius de Zayas & Paul Haviland following the conclusion of 291 Magazine.

— THE POST-ART POETS (@postartpoets) May 11, 2013

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