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In the 1970s, the Berlin artist Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt began using her typewriter to condense characters and letters into images. These so-called typewritings form the core of her artistic work and are highly valued internationally today. Together with her collages and mail art, they represent a manifesto of intellectual freedom in the GDR. Wolf-Rehfeldt stopped her artistic work, which was somewhere between Dadaism and visual poetry, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Since 2012, the artist, who was born in Wurzen in Saxony in 1932, has been rediscovered. Wolf-Rehfeldt is awarded the Gerhard-Altenbourg-Prize 2021 of the Lindenau-Museum Altenburg for her life's work. The catalog accompanying the exhibition contains three essays and documents the entire spectrum of her work.
  • Roland Krischke (Herausgeber)
  • Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt . Gerhard-Altenbourg-Preis 2021
  • Sandstein Kommunikation, 26.09.2021
  • 9783954986194
  • 1216117863
  • Hardcover . 164 pages . 22,5 x 29,7 cm . 186 mostly colored illustrations . English, German