Introduction
Dieter Roth (April 21, 1930 – June 5, 1998) was a Swiss artist best known for his artist's books, editioned prints, sculptures, and works made of found materials, including rotting food stuffs. He was also known as Dieter Rot and Diter Rot.
Wikidata
Q574709
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Introduction
Roth worked in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, book-making, and graphic arts. His work does not fall easily into any category of contemporary art, while encompassing many of them. In the 1950s, he produced collages, fabric designs and jewellery, alongside kinetic art, text, and photographs. He participated in 'happenings.' In 1975 he founded the Zeitschrift für Alles. He was linked to the Fluxus Movement through his friend Daniel Spoerri.
Nationalities
German, Swiss
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Designer, Graphic Designer, Collagist, Poet, Performing Artist, Artiste, Multimedia Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Dieter Roth, Karl-Dietrich Roth, Diter Roth, Diterrot Roth, Ditterot, Dieter Rot, Diter Rot, Diterrot Rot, Karl-Dietrich Rot, Carl Dieterich Roth
Ulan
500023079
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