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Nie wieder störungsfrei!

Aachen Avant-garde since 1964

The avant-garde artists of the 1960s and 1970s were a phenomenon present well beyond the major cities. Since 1964, artists like Gerhard Richter, Lawrence Weiner, Peter Roehr, Rune Mields, Joseph Beuys, Alison Knowles, Bazon Brock, Allen Jones, Wolf Vostell, Robert Filliou, Stanley Brouwn, Jörg Immendorff, Nam June Paik, Chris Reinecke and Gilbert & George have worked on projects in Aachen.


This book to accompany the exhibition includes a great number of interviews with contemporary witness that allow history to be experienced; it presents the best works and the momentous events that are paradigms of the art of this time, which, even today, display experimental power.

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"Nie wieder störungsfrei!"

October 2011

ISBN 978-3-86678-602-8

21,50 x 27,50 cm

368 Pages

161 colored and 172 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

with english supplement

Languages: German

Editor

Brigitte Franzen,  Annette Lagler, Myriam Kroll, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen


texts by
Karsten Arnold, Eduard Beaucamp, Wolfgang Becker, Annette Bosetti, Bazon Brock, Frederike Eyhoff,Wolfgang Feelisch, Brigitte Franzen, Gérard Goodrow, Birgit Hammers, Julia Henderichs, Klaus Honnef, Elke Kania, Petra Kather, Alexandra Kolossa, Christina Kral, Daniela Kröber, Myriam Kroll, Annette Lagler, Miriam Lowack, Adam C. Oellers, Holger Otten, Sophia Petri, Susanne Rennert, Rolf Ricke, Karoline Schröder, Anna Sophia Schultz, Eberhard Spahr, Dirk Tölke, Heike van den Valentyn, Walter Vitt und Anke Volkmer


with an interview by Annette Lagler with Wilhelm Schürmann


graphic design
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Dusan Totovic,WernerWernicke

Events
Exhibition: “Nie wieder störungsfrei! Aachen Avantgarde seit 1964”, October 2011 – February 2012, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen