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Hermann Nitsch

Austria (Vienna 1938 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Hermann Nitsch
NITSCH Hermann Collage, Multiple #73

Auctionata /May 20, 2015
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Hermann Nitsch - Senza Titolo

Hermann Nitsch - Senza Titolo

Original 2005
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Lot number: 1060
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Hermann Nitsch * (born in Vienna in 1938) Impasto drip painting, signed, dated on the reverse hermann nitsch 05, oil and acrylic on burlap, 100 x 80 cm, framed, (K) Provenance: Private Collection, Italy A photograph showing a reproduction of the painting, which is inscribed (by another hand) on the reverse and signed by Hermann Nitsch, is available.
Hermann Nitsch - Relic Painting

Hermann Nitsch - Relic Painting

Original 2006
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Lot number: 115
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Hermann Nitsch, Relic Painting, Multiple, 2006 Multiple of mixed media (pastels, animal blood and relics) on canvas Austria, 2006 Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938) – Austrian painter and performance artist Signed and dated ‘Hermann Nitsch 06’’’’ as well as numbered ‘31/50’’’’ Dimensions: 50 x 50 cm Very good condition Hermann Nitsch is famous as an enfant terrible of Viennese Actionism of the 1960s
Hermann Nitsch - Hérodiade

Hermann Nitsch - Hérodiade

Original 1995
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Lot number: 16
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Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938), Hérodiade, Dispersion Paint, 1995 Dispersion paint on white primed canvas Austria, 1995 Hermann Nitsch (born 1938) - Austrian painter and performance artist; prominent exponent of the Vienna activism Signed and dated lower left in pencil, ’’’’ Hermann Nitsch 1995’’’’ Dimensions: 39.7 x 29.5 cm Framed under glass: 40.5 x 30.5 cm Very good condition Provenance: Private Collection, Austria Detail of a stage set for Hérodiade at the Vienna State Opera; the performance artist Hermann Nitsch became renowned not only for his happenings but for his larged-sized bulk paintings as well
Hermann Nitsch - Collage, Multiple #73

Hermann Nitsch - Collage, Multiple #73

Original 2006
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Lot number: 16
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Hermann Nitsch (born 1938), Collage, Multiple #73, 2006 Collage with various fabrics, braids, tassels hot patch and gaze on velvet, laid down on cardboard Austria, 2006 Hermann Nitsch (born 1938) – Austrian painter and action artist and important representative of Viennese Actionism Signed and dated lower right with black felt pen ‘Hermann Nitsch 06’’’’ Numbered lower left with black felt pen ‘73/100’’’’ Dimensions: 50.2 x 35.3 cm Good condition Hermann Nitsch is considered the first and most prominent exponent of the Vienna activism of the 1960s; his large-scale prints fetch up to €24,000 at international auctions Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. In this collage the Austrian artist has combined decorative ‘noble’’ materials such as velvet, satin, braids, lace-trimmed fabric and tassels with ...
Hermann Nitsch - Untitled

Hermann Nitsch - Untitled

Original 2007
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Lot number: 33
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HERMANN NITSCH (b. 1938) Untitled , 2007 signed and dated 'Hermann Nitsch '07' (on the reverse); inscribed 'HF_SV_02_08' (on the stretcher) acrylic on canvas 78 3/4 x 59in. (200 x 150cm) Footnotes Provenance Galleria de Foscherari, Bologna. Private Collection, Gravina, Puglia. Acquired from the above by the present owner. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the artist's studio. We are grateful to Hermann Nitsch for his assistance in cataloging this lot. "I am mainly a person who works with immediate materials and incidents. I try to produce real events in my theater, which can be experienced with all five senses, thus being an artistic synthesis. That's my effort: to deal with immediate color, real flesh, real entrails, the human body. In addition, my work is also more or less a psychoanalytic realization of subconscious associations. I am a great admirer of Freud and Jung. Myths of all times play an important role in my work. It's almost a philosophical event, an ontology, a search for one's self—but not like Heidegger teaches. Though I hold him in high esteem while resenting his political views. Since early antiquity, many have dealt with the phenomena of existence. I do that too" 1 – Hermann Nitsch Through his mixed-media work, Viennese Actionist Hermann Nitsch aims to confront and challenge one's perception of existence and experience. A multimedia artist who is as at ease with controversy as he is experimenting with diverse materials, Nitsch received global attention this year when the Museo Jumex in Mexico City unexpectedly cancelled a major retrospective of his work. His career centers on a philosophical ambition to stage works of art that claim all five of our senses, however, the means through which he achieves his desired level of sensory experience are not always met with understanding. Nitsch, born in 1938 at the outset of the Second World War, was deeply influenced by his upbringing in the Roman Catholic Church, a religion that entrances the worshipper during the Eucharist, from the burning of incense to the drinking of wine. He often explores Biblical themes and imagery using his own artistic language. In several compositions of the Crucifixion where the act of the 'splatter' or throwing paint is an integral part of the piece, Nitsch utilizes the composition of the crucifixion, at times employing animal carcasses and his own blood, an element which has been widely protested by animal rights groups. The 52nd work in the series, the artist refers to Untitled (2007) as "shüttbild": splattered paint canvas. At heart a provocateur, Nitsch's recent works, such as Untitled challenge the status quo in a more accessible manner. Untitled speaks to the influence of Post-Modern masters like Francis, Pollock, and Kline who taught Nitsch that painting could have the same olfactory effect as theatre. Splatters of brightness on a classically industrial material, linen burlap, call into question the intensity of the human experience in the face of the mundane. The artist describes his goal in painting; that he does "not want to reproduce anything that already existed in nature, but rather what is concretely played out on the surface itself, the visual fabric, which itself or its impact are shown." 2 Nitsch was deeply saddened by the cancellation of his show in Mexico. While he understands that his work has shock value, the last-minute decision in February, 2015 was "a different kind of shocking." 3 His means of expression may not always be accepted, but the cancellation confirms the massive impact Nitsch's work is capable of. 1. Jonas Vogt, "HERMANN NITSCH," in Vice , 1 November 2010. 2. Ibid 3. Victoria Burnett, "Museo Jumex Cancels a Hermann Nitsch Show", in The New York Times , 24 February 2015.
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