Armleder

Armleder

medieval bands; ravaged Alsatian Jewish communities. [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 41]
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In contrast, Solitaires (all cut treatments) and H Wrens ([less than or equal to] 40%) prefer open canopies (see Hejl and others 1995; Bo wen 1997; Gaines and others 2007; Waterhouse and Armleder 2007), and colonized the 15% treatments.
Editions by Rita Ackermann, Brian Alfred, Caetano de Almeida, Darren Almond, John Armleder, Mike Bidlo, Lizzi Bougatsos, Beth Campbell, Robert Cottingham, Jane Dickson, Sylvie Fleury, Mark Francis, Antony Gormley, Gary Hill, Nicky Hoberman, Alix Lambert, Julian Lethbridge, Liza Lou, Ryan McGinness, Ugo Rondinone, Graciela Sacco, Beverly Semmes, Josh Smith, Mitchell Squire, John Tremblay, Bernar Venet, Not Vital, and Marijke van Warmerdam
Another reading is that, in the 20th century especially, the country's well-regulated ordinariness allowed an avant-garde to flourish--with Dada and James Joyce in Zurich, with the Geneva-based painter John Armleder, and, in Lugano, in the work of Meret Oppenheim (1913-85; Fig.
During a three-day spree at Art Basel in Switzerland, he bought 22 pieces, including a Daniel Buren sculpture and a John Armleder pour painting.
There are a couple of choice pieces by John Armleder, including "Untitled," his 2008 Christmas ornaments-on-canvas work.
Uwe Schwarzer: In art school [at the Braunschweig University of Art], I studied free arts with John Armleder, and as part of our studies we did adjacent projects where we invited John's friends to describe, to draw, or to give us schemes for their artworks.
The German musicians Reinhard Armleder on violoncello and pianist Dagmar Hartmann formed the Karlshruher Konzert-Duo and played works of composers such as Beethoven, Liszt and Bartholdy.
One of the grumblers was Otto Armleder & Co., Cincinnati, which displayed a line of milk and grocery delivery wagons.
Having spent five years at Tate Liverpool, incorporating the run-up to and realisation of the city's European Capital of Culture status in 2008, Mr Sillars presided over an ambitious international programme of modern and contemporary art including exhibitions by Bruce Nauman, Glenn Brown, Monica Bonvicini, Omer Fast, Rodney Graham, John Armleder, Toba Khedoori and Teresa Margolles.
Musical accompaniment will include a recording of Frozen Microwave Music, from the 2002 John Armleder performance which uses microwaves as musical instruments.
Swiss painter John Armleder designed the red-and-blue carry-on, with leather and distressed wood, metal keepsake boxes, leather pouches, key rings, shirts and USBs--all with the signature spider offset.
Swiss-born John Armleder and Olivier Mosset have long been friends, but former BMPT member Mosset is primarily known for his hundreds of circle paintings from 1966-72 and his ironic 1972-77 appropriations of Daniel Buren's striped canvases.