Exposition à la Fundacio Antoni Tapies à Barcelone (E) du 24 novembre 2001 au 27 janvier 2002, au Centre national de la photographie à Paris (F) du 20 février au 13 mai 2002, au Fotomuseum Winthertur (CH) du 31 août au 27 octobre 2002, et au Museum Ludwig à Cologne (D) du 12 décembre 2002 au 2 mars 2003.

Contient également
- des contributions d'autres artistes : Martin Parr, Hans Haacke, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Régis Durand ;
- des "hommages" à Francis Picabia, John Cage et Marcel Broodthaers ;
- des extraits de travaux inédits ou non publiés.



Hans-Peter Feldmann (*1941) is one of the outstanding artists on the German scene in the sixties and seventies and a forerunner of the appropriationist attitudes of the late eighties.

A cross between a catalogue and an artist’s scrap book, this publication on Feldmann was created in close collaboration with the artist to exhibit his own work and the work of others that he surrounds himself with in the process. In a chaotic purge of artistry it includes postcards, as interview with Brigitte Bardot about May 1968 in France, a manifesto of the activist organization Guerrilla Art Action Group as well as selected Feldmann correspondence, anecdotes, news articles, descriptions of his work and the work itself. His biography and references have been replaced with a list of his favourite films.



Hans-Peter Feldmann,272 pages

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