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Stephan Dillemuth
Sound and Smoke – a Revue in Pictures

Catalogue, 2017
21.0 × 28.2cm, 150 pages 

Details:
Softcover
21.0 × 28.2cm
150 pages
Illustrations in color
German / English

Edited by:
Sandro Droschl, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, 2017

With texts by:
Helmut Draxler, Kerstin Stakemeier

Graphic design:
Martin Schmidl

Layout:
Ronja Bernhardt

Exhibition views by:
Markus Krottendorfer

Publisher:
Sternberg Press, Berlin

ISBN:
9783956793394

Acknowledgements:
This publication has been supported by Stephan Dillemuth, authors, lenders, partners, and the team of Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien

22.00 €

inkl. Versand 

Text

The catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition Schall und Rauch – eine Revue in Bildern (4.22.20176.11.2017) at Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien.

This publication documents for the exhibition newly conceived and site-specific works by Stephan Dillemuth, hand in hand with some older works from the 1980s. In the exhibition, the artist created a new way of presenting his oeuvre, setting up site-specific scenes that have a certain theatricality, as well as an alluring effect. Questions about the role of the artist in society and the artistic means employed in his practice are put up for debate. For Dillemuth, art has the potential not only to reflect upon social changes, but to trigger them as well.

Stephan Dillemuth: Sound and Smoke – a Revue in Pictures

Participating artists

Stephan Dillemuth

*1954 Büdingen, lives in Bad Wiessee

studied at the art academies in Nuremberg, Düsseldorf and Munich. Up to 2020 he taught as a professor in the art education department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. From 1990 – 1994 Dillemuth ran the space Friesenwall 120 in Cologne together with Josef Strau, Nils Norman, Merlin Carpenter and Kiron Khosla. From 1997 onwards, the collaboration with Werner von Delmont resulted in various appearances and the publication Corporate Rokoko.” Since 2000 he has shown individual projects at American Fine Art, New York, the Secession, Vienna and Konsthall C, Stockholm, among others.