daniel spoerri

5 torch o'clock - Daniel Spoerri

Technique: Glicee impression in algodon paper

Measures: 55 x 55 cms.

Paper Medidad: 61 x 61 cms.

Edition: 50 copies

Signed and numbered

5 torch o'clock - Daniel Spoerri - Technique: Glicee impression in algodon paper Measures: 55 x 55 cms. Paper Medidad: 61 x 61 cms. Edition: 50 copies Signed and numbered

600,00 €

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The back of the bird of paradise - Daniel Spoerri

Technique: Giclee in cotton paper

Measure: 77 x 61 cms

Edition: 50 Copies

Signed and numbered

The back of the bird of paradise - Daniel Spoerri- Technique: Giclee in cotton paper Measure: 77 x 61 cms Edition: 50 Copies Signed and numbered

600,00 €

  • solamente cantidad limitada existente
  • de 3 a 10 días

 

Daniel Isaac Feinstein, acquaintance as Daniel Spoerri (Galaţi, Romania, the 27th of March 1930), is an artist and writer Swiss, born in Romania in 1930.

It has been called «the central figure of the European post-war art» and «one of the most famous artists of the 20th century». Realism is associated it with the Nuevo and with the movement Fluxus.

Spoerri is known by its snare-pictures, a type of assemblies or art of objects, in which it captures a group of objects, as the remains of foods of individuals, the dishes included, the cutlery and the glasses, all that it fixes, on a board or a table, which afterwards is exposed on a wall. He is also acclaimed widely by its Anecdoted Topography of Chance, a literary analogy of its snare-pictures, in which he makes a map of every object located in its table in a particular moment of the time, describing each with its personal memories that that object evokes.

 

MUSEOS y COLLECIONES:

Germany

Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen (works from the Karl Gerstner Collection)

Staatliches Museum Schloss Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Magie à la noix (German title: Zimtzauberobjekte; Nutmeg Magic)

Städtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach

Kaiser-Wilhelm- Museum, Krefeld, Edition MAT (about 8 pieces of the MAT Edition)

Museum Ludwig, Köln, La table de Robert (Robert’s table)

Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Abb. In : Sudden Death – Danse macabre

Medizinhistorisches Museum, Ingolstadt, « Médicine opératoire »

Kunstmuseum Hamburg , « J’étais cigarre » about 1982

France

Musée Cantièni, Marseille, (with crutches and hay on wood)

Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, «Restaurant de la Galerie J»;

Hommage à Giacometti ; about 5 pieces of the series «Marché aux Puces»

Musée Picasso Antibes, Colonna del Rinascimento

Le Cyclop, Milly la Foret, south of Paris, (Room turned upside down)

Chateau d’Oiron, 12 armours belonging to the series «Corps en morceaux»

Switzerland      

Petit Palais, Musée d’art moderne, Genf , «Ci gît Jean Ohnertz»

Kunsthaus, Zürich, Erik Dietmann (from the series: Artists’ Palettes);

Augenausfressen durch Rattenfraß“ (Eyes eaten by rats) (from the series: Criminal Investigations)

Kunstmuseum, Basel, „Hodenklemme“ (Testicle clamp)

Kunstmuseum, Solothurn, Edition MAT; «Vue cubiste de ma chambre»; (and about 5 other pieces)

Museo Moesana (Graubünden), Histoires des boîtes à lettres No. 19: Ich bin der größte Sängerknabe (I am the best choirboy)

Denmark              

Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg

Austria              

Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Works from the Hahn Collection          

Sweden

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Collection d’épices ; Le Féticheur de Beaubourg               

Czechia               

Strewinsky Museum, Lodz, Sevilla series              

Hungary                             

Museum Ludwig, Budapest, Sevilla series

USA                     

Museum of Modern Art, New York, «Petit déjeuner de Kichka»              

Australia

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sidney, Snare picture