Kirchberger ‘Folding Object 1’



Number 12 of 250 copies signed by artist. The folding object is housed in a white card folding cover with directions how to fold it correctly.. It is also number 12 on the cover. The cover is a little creased and dusty, else good. Kirchberger studied until 1949 graphic design at the Higher Technical School of Graphic Arts in Stuttgart. From 1950 he began studying at the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts , his teachers were Professors Manfred Henninger ,Karl Hils , Gerhard Gollwitzer and Karl Hans Walter . In 1956 he was a founding member of the group 11 , together with Georg Karl Pfahler , Friedrich Sieber and Atila BirĂ³ . The group was based on Action Painting and Informel, especially on Willi Baumeister . She had at this time Contact the Stuttgart group / school and Max Bense . After the dissolution of the group in 1959 after 11 joint exhibitions in London, Brussels, Rome, Munich,

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Publisher: Multi-Art press
Signed: Yes
Format: Paperback
Date: 1970
Place: Belgium
Edition: First edition
Book ID: 021885

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