As with the rest of his art, Roth pushed the envelope hard when it came to publishing editioned multiples, using everything from chocolate and rabbit turds to sausages and stale croissants as materials. In fact, some of the most radical artworks of his oeuvre were made in this way. This show covers the period 1960 to 1975, spanning, arguably, his most creative years.
"Wait, Later This Will Be Nothing: Editions by Dieter Roth"
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