reviews

  • Dieter Roth/Ingrid Wiener

    Galerie & Edition Marlene Frei

    A tapestry woven by Ingrid Wiener, based on ideas by Dieter Roth, was the centerpiece of this exhibition. It was presented here for the first time, together with all the preparatory sketches and detailed studies accompanying this slow and painstaking work. Further, the two- and three-dimensional waste products accumulated in connection with the piece were also exhibited, as well as the photographic and written correspondence between Wiener and Roth. A considerable amount of this material constitutes the core of a three-volume, Xeroxed catalogue that Roth has fashioned into one of his inimitable

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  • Dieter Roth/Ingrid Wiener

    Galerie & Edition Marlene Frei

    A tapestry woven by Ingrid Wiener, based on ideas by Dieter Roth, was the centerpiece of this exhibition. It was presented here for the first time, together with all the preparatory sketches and detailed studies accompanying this slow and painstaking work. Further, the two- and three-dimensional waste products accumulated in connection with the piece were also exhibited, as well as the photographic and written correspondence between Wiener and Roth. A considerable amount of this material constitutes the core of a three-volume, Xeroxed catalogue that Roth has fashioned into one of his inimitable

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