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by Marion Ackermann,Rosemarie Trockel

Author: Marion Ackermann,Rosemarie Trockel
Language: German English
Publisher: Wienand Verlag Koln,Germany (October 31, 2002)
Pages: 127 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.5
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Rosemarie Trockel (born 13 November 1952) is a German conceptual artist.

Rosemarie Trockel (born 13 November 1952) is a German conceptual artist. From 1985 she made pictures using knitting-machines. She is a professor at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, in Düsseldorf in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Trockel was born on 13 November 1952 in Schwerte, in Nordrhein-Westfalen in West Germany.

Rosemarie Trockel Theoriephobie (Theory Phobia) from Book Drafts 1983. Rosemarie Trockel Toll, dass du nicht kommst (Great That You're Not Coming) from Book Drafts 1983. Rosemarie Trockel Welcome from Book Drafts 1983. Rosemarie Trockel Ansichten eines Clowns (The Clown) from Book Drafts 1983. Rosemarie Trockel Untitled 1984.

Since the 1980s, Rosemarie Trockel has been relentlessly challenging and broadening the art world. The exhibition The Same Different at Moderna Museet Malmö sums up thirty years of Trockel’s work, while a majority of the pieces in the show are new. It is the first comprehensive presentation in the Öresund region of the renowned artist. Rosemarie Trockel (Germany, b. 1952) is one of the most multi-faceted and idiosyncratic artists of our time

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In the nineties critical art starts to take centre stage in the exploits of a generation that are undoubtedly moving away from the constraints of genre, medium and media, continuing the trend started in the sixties by artists such as Joseph Beuys (questioning traditional artistic materials) and Andy Warhol (who established the direct relationship between art, consumption and assembly line production); moreover, there are numerous cases in which critical value ends up as an aesthetic category.

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Rosemarie Trockel (born 13 November 1952, Schwerte, West Germany) is a German artist. In 1983 she had her first solo shows at the Monika Spruth Galerie, Cologne, and the Galerie Philomene Magers, Bonn. These regularly featured geometric motifs or logos such as the Playboy Bunny or a hammer and sickle, and the trademark: "made in West Germany". In 1994 she created the Frankfurter Engel monument.