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Ferdinand Hodler (1853–1918) is among the most important Swiss artists of the early twentieth century. He developed an unmistakable style within Symbolism and Art Nouveau.
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Daniel Spoerri

at the Museum of Natural History - an Incompetent Dialogue?
At the invitation of the Vienna Museum of Natural History, Daniel Spoerri will be embarking on an unconventional dialogue with objects in the museum's collections. He juxtaposes his works of art with the collections, having been inspired to some of his assemblages by his tours of the museum. The dialogue is 'incompetent' insofar as Spoerri dispenses with a scientific approach in favour of an at-times ambivalent humour. 
This publication allows us to look at Spoerri's works in a brand-new light by revealing in  a thoroughly unusual manner the artist's enthusiasm for museums of natural history, natural-history collections, and the high art of collecting.

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"Daniel Spoerri"

ISBN 978-3-86678-728-5

16,60 x 24,00 cm

192 Pages

92 colored illustrations

Hardcover with clothbound, bound

Languages: German, English

Editor
Naturhistorisches Museum Wien
Text by
Christian Köberl, Margit Berner, Bazon Brock, Heike Eipeldauer, Reinhard Golebiowski, Gottfried Korff, Barbara Räderscheidt, Daniel Spoerri
Design by
Claas Möller, Hamburg
Events
Exhibition „Spoerri im Naturhistorischen Museum– Ein inkompetenter Dialog?“, 23 May to 17 September 2012, Naturhistorisches Museum Wien

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