Dieter Roth, Björn Roth

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Work Tables and Tischmatten

Edited by Barry Rosen; With an introduction by Björn Roth, an essay by Andrea Büttner, and an afterword by Paul McCarthy

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Dieter Roth's unique and eclectic Tischmatten ("Table Mats") incorporate drawings, paintings, photographs, and ephemeral materials. Roth placed these gray cardboard mats on tables in his apartment, studios, and houses, collecting what he referred to as the "traces of my domestic activities." Along with spontaneous doodles and drips and stains from the kitchen, Roth affixed leftover food, notes, and photos to the mats, creating still lifes that he would supplement with painting and collage and that had an emphasis on symmetry and mirror images.

Dieter Roth, Björn Roth: Work Tables and Tischmatten offers a new interpretation of these significant yet often misunderstood works, which Roth himself considered to have influenced the development of his painting in the late 1980s. The book includes the artist's writings about the Tischmatten, and an insightful essay by Andrea Büttner resituates them within the greater body of the artist's output.

Barry Rosen is a curatorial consultant in New York City. Björn Roth is an artist and Dieter Roth's son. Andrea Büttner is an art historian based in London. Paul McCarthy is a contemporary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles.

"A gorgeous new book."—Marina Cashdan, Huffington Post
ISBN: 9780300170795
Publication Date: November 30, 2010
238 pages, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2
114 b/w + color illus.
Lee Lozano

Drawings

Edited by Barry Rosen and Jaap van Liere; With Gioia Timpan

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Diaries

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