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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Renate Goldmann; Leopold-Hoesch-Museum der Stadt Düren.; Papiermuseum (Düren, Germany); et al
|Language Note:||Text in parallel German and English.|
|Notes:||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum Düren, Oct. 2 to Nov. 20, 2011.|
|Description:||246 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 30 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Papierarbeiten und Künstlerbücher aus der Sammlung Speck
Works on paper and artist's books from the Speck Collection
I hate Paul Klee :
|Responsibility:||[herausgegeben von/edited by Renate Goldmann ; autoren/authors, Ulrich Ernst ... [et al.] ; übersetzung/translation, Tim Connell].|
Fifteen years ago, Siegfried Gohr pinpointed the connection between the collected works, which resides in language, in words, sentences and poetry, because "the collection itself which holds a certain distraction within it, embodies the masterpiece as non-identity." This perspective is somewhat outmoded nowadays - inasmuch as the collector has long since hugely extended his range of works with pieces by Pierre Klossowski, Enrico David, Nicole Eisenmann, Cerith Wyan evans or Franz von Bayros - for the simple reason that it is not the collection, that is to say the collector, which cosntitutes the masterpiece, but rather the fact that the movement around the masterpieces needs to be traces.
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