Lurie is a Jewish surname.

It is one of the oldest family trees in the world, tracing back at least to King David born c. 1037 BC, and containing other storied members such as Sigmund Freud, Martin Buber, Rashi, and Hezekiah.

The name is sometimes transliterated from/to other languages as Lurye, Luriye (from Russian), Lourié (in French).

Other variants include: Luria, Luri, Luryi, Laurie, Lourie, Laurier

The surname may refer to:

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Boris Lurie - NO!art Movement
... —Boris Lurie In 1960 he founded the NO!art movement together with Sam Goodman and Stanley Fisher, out of a sense of disillusionment with the contemporary art scene ... Lurie's art and the NO!Art movement were largely ignored by the establishment, by part for Boris Lurie abominated established artists like Andy Warhol, and in 1970 ... Pieces by Lurie are now contained in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) and the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA NYC) ...
Ann And Robert H. Lurie Family Foundation
... Lurie Family Foundation was incorporated in 1986, and in 2000, the name was changed to Ann and Robert H ... Lurie Foundation ... Lurie, a real estate and investment magnate who died from colon cancer in 1990 at age 48 and his wife, Ann, a distinguished global philanthropist ...