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Christopher Nelson Gray (22 May 1942 – 14 May 2009) was a British writer and activist, member of the British mutation of Situationist International who were known as King Mob.

He was the editor of Leaving the 20th Century: The Incomplete Work of the Situationist International (1974) and contributed to The Revolution of Modern Art and the Modern Art of Revolution (1967).

Chris Gray also worked with Conrad Rooks on the film Chappaqua.



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