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Feb 15, 2015 11:00 am May 24, 2015 Santa Ana Orange County Museum of Art - OCMA Dieter Roth
Contemporary Art, Exhibition View

Dieter Roth, Red Person and Green Being Waving Banners at E.O., 1976. Collection OCMA, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Nederlander ©Dieter Roth Estate, Courtesy Hauser & Wirth


Santa Ana

Orange County Museum of Art - OCMA

Dieter Roth

Opening Feb 15, 2015 at 11:00 am
Start date Feb 15, 2015
End date May 24, 2015

The "Piccadillies", as they are collectively known, comprise one of Dieter Roth’s most celebrated artistic undertakings. The series was realized first as 6 "Piccadillies", only to branch out over the following years into a vast trove of experiments and variations on the original series. Roth (1930-1998), a Swiss artist already well known in 1969 for his artist books and sculptures made with cheese, chocolate, and other biodegradable comestibles, started out on this particular artistic journey with a single tourist postcard of Piccadilly Circus—one of the first mass-consumed postcard subjects—that belonged to an extensive collection of Piccadilly postcards assembled by the British artist Rita Donagh. After selecting one from a range of similar but distinct views, Roth, in collaboration with his print publisher Hansjörg Mayer, made a photographic blow-up, which he then printed and laminated onto both sides of a series of boards. He then overlaid each of the resulting boards with a variety of complex silkscreened surfaces, producing a range of distortions and re-interpretations of the original image, including a number of “misprints,” many of which were developed into unique works, either as composites or as overpainted prints.

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Oct 10, 2014 06:00 pm Jan 07, 2015 New York Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - SRGM ZERO
Contemporary Art, Exhibition View

Otto Piene, Light Ballet (Lichtballett), 1961–69; , Foundation MUSEION. Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Bolzano, Italy © Otto Piene. Photo: David Heald © The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York


New York

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - SRGM


Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s
Opening Oct 10, 2014 at 06:00 pm
Start date Oct 11, 2014
End date Jan 07, 2015

The exhibition is the first large-scale survey in a United States museum dedicated to the history of the experimental German artists’ group Zero (1957–66) and ZERO, an international network of artists that shared the group’s aspiration to redefine and transform art in the aftermath of World War II. The exhibition features work by the three core members of Group Zero—Heinz Mack, Otto Piene, and Günther Uecker—and by more than 30 artists from 10 countries who comprised the larger ZERO network, including Lucio Fontana, Yayoi Kusama, Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, Jesús Rafael Soto, Jean Tinguely, and herman de vries. These artists found common cause in the desire to use novel materials drawn from everyday life, nature, and technology and to develop innovative techniques and formats such as room-scaled installations, kinetic artworks, and live art actions. Focusing on the points of intersection, exchange, and collaboration that define the ZERO artists’ shared history, the exhibition is at once a snapshot of a specific group and a portrait of a generation. ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s celebrates the pioneering nature of ZERO art and the transnational vision advanced by this network of artists during a pivotal decade. A fully illustrated 244-page catalogue accompanies ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s. Available at the museum shop and online at and distributed in the United States through ARTBOOK | D.A.P.

[Heinz Mack, Otto Piene, Günther Uecker] ZERO - Lucio Fontana - Yves Klein - Yayoi Kusama - Piero Manzoni - Almir da Silva Mavignier - Jesús Raphaël Soto - Jean Tinguely - Herman de Vries - [Armand Pierre Fernandez] Arman - [Herman Dirk van Dodeweerd] Armando - Bernard Aubertin - Agostino Bonalumi - Robert C. Breer - Pol Bury - Enrico Castellani - Gianni Colombo - [Eduarda Emilia Maino] Dadamaino - Paul de Vree - Piero Dorazio - Hermann Goepfert - Gerhard von Graevenitz - Gotthard Graubner - Jan Henderikse - Paul van Hoeydonck - Oskar Holweck - Walter LeBlanc - Adolf Luther - Christian Megert - Henk Peeters - Uli Pohl - George Rickey - Dieter (Diter Rot) Roth - Jan [Johannes Jacobus] Schoonhoven - Daniel [Daniel Isaac Feinstein] Spoerri - Jef [Josef-Bernard] Verheyen - Nanda Vigo -
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Exhibitions in artist-info 286 (S 66/ G 220) Did show together with - Top 5 of 4193 artists
(no. of shows) - all shows - Top 100
Joseph Beuys (68)- 682
Günther Uecker (54)- 392
Heinz Mack [Heinz Otto Mack] (47)- 300
Jean Tinguely (47)- 273
Daniel Spoerri [Daniel Isaac Feinstein] (45)- 197
Exhibitions by type
286:   94 / 98 / 87 / 7
Venues by type
196:   65 / 63 / 61 / 7
Curators 127
artist-info records Jan 1954 - Jan 2019
Countries - Top 5 of 17
Germany (132)
Switzerland (45)
United States (36)
Netherlands (10)
France (8)
Cities - Top 5 of 95
New York (24)
Berlin (23)
Zürich (21)
Frankfurt am Main (18)
Köln (17)
Venues (no. of shows ) Top 5 of 196
Galerie und Edition Hundertmark (7)
Galerie Ursula Lichter - GUL (6)
Kunsthaus Zürich (6)
Museum Haus Lange (5)
Kunstmuseum Luzern (5)
Curators (no. of shows) Top 5 of 127
Rochus Kowallek(7), Suzanne Pagé(4), Gerhard Storck(3), Harald Szeemann(3), Thomas Kellein(2)
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The World on Paper

PalaisPopulaire G Sep 2018 - Jan 2019 Berlin (2) +0
Hütte, Friedhelm (Curator)       +0
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Serielle Formationen. 1967/2017

 - Re-staging of the first German exhibition of international tendencies in Minimalism
Daimler Contemporary Berlin G Jun 2017 - Nov 2017 Berlin (14) +0
Wiehager, Renate (Curator)       +0
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Out of Office

 - Büro-Kunst oder das Büro im Museum
Museum für Konkrete Kunst - MKK G Apr 2017 - Sep 2017 Ingolstadt (57) +0
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Concept and Idea in Art

 - Werke aus der Sammlung Brokken Zijp Foundation of Art
Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle G Oct 2016 - Jan 2017 Freiburg (28) +0
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 - Kunst zwischen Pazifik und Atlantik, 1945-–1965
Haus der Kunst G Oct 2016 - Mar 2017 München (188) +0
Wilmes, Ulrich (Curator)       +0
Lorz, Julienne (Curator)       +0
Brantl, Sabine (Curator)       +0
Schneider, Anna (Curator)       +0
Milnes, Daniel (Curator)       +0
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Die Freiheit muss man nehmen

 - Meret Oppenheim und Freunde
Kunstmuseum Ahlen G Feb 2016 - May 2016 Ahlen (85) +0
Buckesfeld, Susanne (Curator)       +0