Outer-Art is a movement set up as a protest against, or to
ridicule, the random modern art which states that everything is… art!
It was initiated by Florentin Smarandache, in 1990s, who ironically called for an upside-down artwork: to do art in a way it is not supposed to be done, i.e. to make art as ugly, as silly, as wrong as possible, and generally as impossible as possible.
Read manifestos and anti-manifestos for outer-art, essays,
interviews, together with a small virtual Outer-Art Gallery at: