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BMPTBundesministerium für Post Und Telekommunikation (Federal Ministry of Post and Telecommunications)
BMPTBuren, Mosset, Parmentier, Toroni (artists)
BMPTBritish Military Powerboat Trust (Southampton, UK)
BMPTBiliary Manometric Perfusion Test
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Mosset was born in 1944 in Bern, Switzerland and moved to Paris in 1965, where along with artists Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier and Niele Toroni he founded the minimalist art collective BMPT (named after the initials of their last names).
Features of the substrates: The features of the substrates including the elemental composition MC TS VS pH values and the BMPT are presented in Table 1.
The sources said that Terminator-2 BMPT tanks that had not been used in battle against terrorists will be present in the upcoming war on ISIL East of al-Salamiyah city.
This seriality invites immediate comparisons to American Minimalism or to the work of Martin Barre, while the specter of BMPT hovers as well.
To provide a longer-term solution, the Uralvagonzavod Machine Building Plant used the T-72 as the basis of the new BMPT tank support combat vehicle.
Assad examined the Pantsir-S anti-aircraft artillery weapons system, Russian GAZ Tigr infantry mobility vehicle, the BMPT "Terminator" armored fighting vehicle, and a Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jet, according to the photos, Sputnik reported.
Of course, the Caratsch show may come off as an inside joke--for example, a savvy visitor might get a kick out of the fact that Olivier was involved in similar games in the 1960s when he was part of BMPT. But the insider's aspect of it doesn't really interest me.
Designated BMPT, it carries a low-profile turret armed with a 2A42 twin-barrel 30 mm canon mount fed by an 850-round magazine and flanked by two pairs of Shturm-SM missile launchers.
Since his practice is obliquely positioned relative to that of his peers--whether the lyrical gesturalism of Hans Hartung, the performative monochromy of Yves Klein, or the ludic astringency of BMPT (Daniel Buren, Olivier Mosset, Michel Parmentier, and Niele Toroni)--Barre's role in a history of postwar art is at once foundational and perversely, perhaps purposefully, slight.