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Dittmar, Rolf

 Person

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift: Extrablatt / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33994-35670
Scope and Contents This special edition of the catalogue features an additional cover as a collage done by Emmett Williams and Jurgen Olbrich. The collage is done on the outer covers and the inner bck cover. The exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive...
Dates: 2000

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift: Extrablatt / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33995-35671
Scope and Contents This special edition of the catalogue features an additional cover as a collage done by Klassen, Putz, Ruch and Warnke. Both outer and inner covers are collaged.The exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive holds most of the magazines...
Dates: 2000

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33873-35544
Scope and Contents

This exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive holds most of the magazines exhibited in this show but does not own several mail art assemblings that originate from Germany. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

International Artists'-Magazines / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Olbrich JO ; Dittmar R ; Cardella J ; Baroni V ; Meade R ; Deisler G ; Petasz P., 1991

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Identifier: CC-08441-8608
Scope and Contents

Jurgen Olbrich curated this exhibition of the following periodicals, all held by the Sackner Archive, e.g. Entwerter/Oder, Art/Life, Tiegel&Tumult, Arte Postale, Collective Copy, Eins von Hundert, Data File, Uni/Vers (;), and Commonpress. DOOs was also exhibited but is not held by the Sackner Archive. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1991

Kunst Katalog Kunst / Rolf Dittmar, curator ; Klapheck K ; Vostell W ; Klophaus A ; Rauschenberg R ; Oldenburg C ; Roh F ; Reinhardt A ; Samaras L ; Reichert J ; Vasarely V ; Vedova E ; Warhol A ; Werkman HN ; Arp H ; Helms D ; Keinholz NR ; Lattanzi L ; Manzoni P ; Schuldt ; Tinguely J ; Weibel P ; Beuys J ; Grosz G ; Roth D ; Hanson A ; Jones J ; Olbrich JO ; Ben ; Duchamp M ; Fontana G ; Gaul W ; Indiana R ; LeWitt S ; Mittendorf H ; Rosen A ; Sharits P ; Berlewi H ; Clavin H ; Christo ; Damen H ; Gerz J ; Girke R ; Hainke W ; Johnson R ; Walther F ; Andre C ; Brecht G ; Filliou R ; Broodthaers M ; Byars JL ; Meade R ; Weber FJ ; Weiner L ; Armleder J ; Baj E ; Brouwn S ; Carrega U ; Frenken W ; Johns J ; Klein Y ; Soleri P ; Soto J ; Staeck K ; Spoerri D ; Darboven H ; Gilbert & George ; Paolozzi E ; Ruscha E ; Stuart M ; Ben ; Barry R ; Downsborough P ; Long R ; McLean B ; Siegelaub S ; Heibel A ; Schmidt-Heins G ; Schmidt-Heins B ; Schultze B ; Pawson M ; Schnyder A ; Stake C ; Dubuffet J ; Dali S ; Tuttle R ; Boltanski C ; Geiger R ; Badura M ; Brattinga P ; Nitsch H ; Wewerka S ; Arts A ; Bremer U ; Cage J ; Hendricks J ; Levine L ; Ray M ; Monro N ; Penck A ; Schippers W ; Schmidt W ; Waldschmidt A ; Szeemann H ; Snow M., 1987

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Identifier: CC-54760-56823
Scope and Contents

The Sackners saw this exhibition that consisted of mostly unusually designed art catalogues. Further, it was their first discovery of the utilization of glass green houses as an economical means to display large quantities of books and objects. This installation was used in an exhibition in 2000 at the same museum "170 Jahre." The Sackners also used a modification of this installation in their exhibition, "The Beauty in Breathing" (1992) in Miami Beach. The catalogue consists of a listing that is divided into sections according to the boo'ks design. The computer print-out of the individual works as to their descriptions and annotations is disappointing. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

[Untitled] / Dittmar, Rolf ; Chopin H ; Cinicolo-3 D ; Cobbing B ; Gomringer E ; Kriwet F ; Mon F ; Nuttall J ; Schmidt SJ ; Havel V., 1980

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Identifier: CC-15437-15762
Scope and Contents

Auction catalogue. Rolf Dittmar was a very famous collector of avant garde literature and poetry, artist books and magazines, and visual arts who lived in Wiesbaden Germany. He was a practicing attorney who enjoyed establishing collections on a specific theme, selling them and starting another collection thereafter. This auction catalogue is a copy of Hanns Sohm with his handwritten selections. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1980

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