How might television, with its broad public appeal, be used as an artistic medium to further democratise the way art is received? This question formed the point of departure for the conception of the TV gallery Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum in 1968. This catalogue overs a chronological overview, from Schum’s early commissioned work and the productions of Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum through to the editions of videogalerie Schum. It contains information previously unpublished, or only contained in catalogues no longer available. The Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum aimed to focus on radical innovations, to broaden art by transporting it into the world of film as a single unit – which combined both the medium and the work – and also to redefine television as an artistic medium with a mass audience. Instead of private art ownership, communication with a wider audience was increasingly to take the stage. Giovanni Anselmo Keith Arnatt John Baldessari Joseph Beuys Alighiero Boetti Marinus Boezem Stanley Brouwn Pierpaolo Calzolari Jan Dibbets Gino de Dominicis Ger Van Elk Barry Flanagan Hamish Fulton Gilbert & George Michael Heizer Wolf Knoebel Gary Kuehn Richard Long Walter De Maria Mario Merz Dennis Oppenheim Klaus Rinke Ulrich Rückriem Reiner Ruthenbeck Richard Serra Robert Smithson Keith Sonnier Franz Erhard Walther Lawrence Weiner Gilberto Zorio

How might television, with its broad public appeal, be used as an artistic medium to further democratise the way art is received? This question formed the point of departure for the conception of the TV gallery Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum in 1968. This catalogue overs a chronological overview, from Schum’s early commissioned work and the productions of Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum through to the editions of videogalerie Schum. It contains information previously unpublished, or only contained in catalogues no longer available. The Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum aimed to focus on radical innovations, to broaden art by transporting it into the world of film as a single unit – which combined both the medium and the work – and also to redefine television as an artistic medium with a mass audience. Instead of private art ownership, communication with a wider audience was increasingly to take the stage. Giovanni Anselmo Keith Arnatt John Baldessari Joseph Beuys Alighiero Boetti Marinus Boezem Stanley Brouwn Pierpaolo Calzolari Jan Dibbets Gino de Dominicis Ger Van Elk Barry Flanagan Hamish Fulton Gilbert & George Michael Heizer Wolf Knoebel Gary Kuehn Richard Long Walter De Maria Mario Merz Dennis Oppenheim Klaus Rinke Ulrich Rückriem Reiner Ruthenbeck Richard Serra Robert Smithson Keith Sonnier Franz Erhard Walther Lawrence Weiner Gilberto Zorio

Minimalism in Germany offers a definitive overview of constructivist and concrete abstraction and the avant-garde in 1960s Germany. With a wealth of color illustrations, this massive and ambitious compendium features approximately 100 works–from serial sculptures to action-oriented works, mostly drawn from the Daimler Art Collection–by around 40 artists. Opening with an examination of predecessors such as Josef Albers, Norbert Kricke, Herbert Zangs and Siegfried Cremer, it looks at developments in abstract art in the cities of Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Berlin and Munich, also acknowledging relevant developments in neighboring Switzerland. Among the artists included here are Hartmut Böhm, Imi Giese, Hanne Darboven, Hermann Glöckner, Heinz Mack, Peter Roehr, Charlotte Posenenske, Ulrich Rückriem and Franz Erhard Walther. Essays on minimalist tendencies in German architecture, literature, film and design of the period in Germany expand the context for their activities.

Spanning from Minimalism to Land Art, this selection of the most important drawings from the Marzona Collection at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin features key American and European works, as well as all sorts of related studies and ephemera. Artists: Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Stephen Antonakos, Art & Language, David Askevold, Robert Barry, Ronald Bladen, Mel Bochner, Bill Bollinger, Stanley Brouwn, James Lee Byars, Jacques Charlier, Hanne Darboven, Walter de Maria, Jan Dibbets, Peter Downsbrough, Hamish Fulton, Gilbert & George, Michael Heizer, Douglas Huebler, On Kawara, Joseph Kosuth, Iannis Kounellis, Gary Kuehn, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Gordon Matta-Clark, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Blinky Palermo, Giulio Paolini, Anne and Patrick Poirier, David Rabinowitch, Mel Ramsden, Ulrich Rückriem, Edward Ruscha, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Fred Sandback, Gerry Schum, Robert Smithson, Lawrence Weiner,

From October 1989 until September 1995, fourteen site specific projects found their home in the city of Barcelona. Created by Christian Boltanski, John Cage, Jan Dribbets, Rodney Graham, Rebecca Horn, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Bruce Newman, Sigmar Poke, Aureli Ruiz & Jose Maldonado, Ulrich Ruckriem, and Lawrence Weiner, the works provided a significant overview of important installation work of the second half of the 20th century. This book documents the intense experience of the project, which was organized by the Espai Poblenou Foundation

Contents: Europe in Soho – Paula COOPER, , ARMAN, Marcel, DUCHAMP, GILBERT & GEORGE, Pier Paolo CALZOLARI, Mario MERZ, Giulio PAOLINI, Alighiero BOETTI, Piero MANZONI, Hans HAACKE, Jannis KOUNELLIS, Giovanni ANSELMO, Ulrich RUCKRIEM, SALVO, Joseph BEUYS, Jan DIBBETS, Hanne DARBOVEN, Laura GRISI, Gerhard RICHTER, Daniel BUREN, Christian BOLTANSKI, Jean LE GAC, Roman OPALKA, Richard LONG, Arthur KOPCKE, Hanne DARBOVEN, Ben VAUTRIER, Rebecca HORN, Robert FILLIOU Fluxus in New York – LA MONTE YOUNG, Gorge MACIUNAS, Takehisa KOSUGI, Benjamin PATTERSON, George BRECHT, Robert WATTS, Takako SAITO, Al HANSEN, Larry MILLERS, NAM JUNE PAIK Street Works Downtown – Scott BURTON, Stephen VARBLE, Adrian PIPER, Richard HAYMAN, Donna HENES, Rosemarie CASTORO, Daniel BUREN, Joan JONAS, Trisha BROWN, Mary MISS, Gordon MATTA-CLARK, Richard SERRA, Vito ACCONCI, Yayoi KUSAMA SOHO DU MAL. Film, Video, Culture, Politics – Dennis OPPENHEIM, Dan GRAHAM, Roger CUTFORTH, Peter CAMPUS, Michael SNOW, Douglas DAVIS, Shigeko KUBOTA, Joseph BEUYS, NAM JUNE PAIK, John CAGE, Jaime DAVIDOVICH, Mary LUCIER, Liza BEAR Music, Tanz, Performance – Mabou MINES, Richard FOREMAN, Merce CUNNINGHAM, GRAND UNION, David TUDOR, John CAGE, Robert ASHLEY, Gordon MUMMA, Alvin LUCIER, Jim BURTON, David BEHRMAN, Steve REICH, Philip GLASS, Meredith MONK, Viola FARBER, Lucinda CHILDS, Joan LA BARBARA, Robert WATTS, Simone FORTI, Charlemagne PALESTINE, Giuseppe CHIARI, Laurie ANDERSON,

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