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Ruth Vollmer, 1961-1978

Nadja Rottner

Ruth Vollmer, 1961-1978

thinking the line

by Nadja Rottner

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Published by Hatje Cantz, D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers [distributor] in Ostfildern, New York .
Written in English

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  • Vollmer, Ruth -- Exhibitions

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    Other titlesThinking the line.
    StatementNadja Rottner + Peter Weibel, editors.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsWeibel, Peter., Ursula Blickle Stiftung.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination231 p. :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22485170M
    ISBN 103775717862
    ISBN 109783775717861
    OCLC/WorldCa68772906

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Text by Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Susan Carol Larsen, Lucy Lippard, Sol LeWitt, Thomas Nozkowski, and Richard Tuttle. Ruth Vollmer ( – New York City), was a German artist born in Munich. She was born in as Ruth Landshoff.

Her father, Ludwig Landshoff, was a musicologist and conductor and her mother, Philippine Landshoff, was an opera singer.

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Ruth Vollmer, – Thinking the Line, Nadja Rottner and Peter Weibel, editors. ISBN External links [ edit ] Mino Argento, Art Appraisal, Artist PaintingsBorn: January 5, (age 92), Rome, Italy. At the forefront of some of the most significant artistic developments of the sixties was a group of New York–based artists that included Sol LeWitt, Robert Smithson, Mel Bochner, Eva Hesse, Richard Tuttle, and a lesser-known figure named Ruth Vollmer (–).

The German-born émigré, Vollmer devoted her work to the cross-fertilization of science, mathematics, and the visual arts. “The Reenchantment of the World: Ruth Vollmer’s Science.” In Thinking the Line: Ruth Vollmer,edited by Nadja Rottner and Peter Weibel, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, Major or minor in art history.

Major or minor in architectural studies. ^ Book: Ruth Vollmer – Thinking The Line, Nadja Rottner and Peter Weibel, editors. P, ISBN ^ Margaret Betz. "Forty Years of Italian Art" Art news, p.February,   One unusual object in Vollmer’s collection is a sheet of fifty 5 cent stamps bearing Thomas Eakins’s painting The Biglin Brothers Racing (), inscribed ‘for Ruth Vollmer, Sol LeWitt, 12/67’ and framed by LeWitt.

Participating in the Duchampian tradition of the readymade, LeWitt removes the stamps from a system of circulation – the. the co- editor, together with Peter Weibel, of a two- volume publication Ruth Vollmer, - Thinking the Line and Gego, Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ).

More recently, she is the editor of Claes Oldenburg, October Files book (The MIT Press, forthcoming Spring ), which. She is the co-editor, together with Peter Weibel, of a two-volume book on Ruth Vollmer, Thinking the Line and Gego, Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ).Title: Associate Professor at University.

She is the co-editor, together with Peter Weibel, of a two-volume book on Ruth Vollmer, Thinking the Line and Gego, Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ).

More recently, she edited Claes Oldenburg, an October Files book (The MIT Press, ). Rottner has also edited books on Ruth Vollmer, Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ) and Gego, Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ). More recently, she edited Claes Oldenburg, An October Files book (The MIT Press, ).

Inshe published Cardiovista: Detroit Street Photography, University of : ()   She is the co-editor, together with Peter Weibel, of a two-volume publication Ruth Vollmer, – Thinking the Line and Gego, – Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz, ). More recently, she is the editor of Claes Oldenburg, October Files book (The MIT Press, forthcoming Spring ), which includes her essay of soft sculpture.

“A Structure of Creativity,” Ruth Vollmer Thinking the Line. Ostfilden-Ruit: Hatje Cantz,“At the Jetty,” Robert Smithson Spiral Jetty. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press and New York: Dia Art Foundation,“Minimalism’s Situation,” Varieties of Modernism: Art of the Twentieth.The Elizabethan Malady: A Study of Melancholia in English Literature from to Recent articles include: "'Not in eulogy not in praise but in fact': Ruth Vollmer and Others, –," in Ruth Vollmer –; Thinking the Line (Hatje Cantz ); "The Artist Is a Currency," with Gregg Bordowitz, Andrea Fraser, Jutta Koether, and Glenn Ligon, Grey Room 24 (Summer ); and "A Rendezvous Under the Counter: On David.