Hermann Nitsch

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Hermann Nitsch - Ohne Titel

Hermann Nitsch - Ohne Titel

Original 2003
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Lot number: 1492
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Nitsch, Hermann Vienna 1938 – lives in Prinzendorf Ohne Titel 2003 Radierung, handkoloriert/beschüttet, auf Velin 28,7 x 23 cm 11 1/4 x 9 in. Hermann Nitsch Vienna 1938 – lives in Prinzendorf Ohne Titel 2003 Etching, hand-coloured/soaked, on wove paper Signed and dated 28,7 x 23 cm 11 1/4 x 9 in. One of 100 numbered prints. Enclosure to the book: Hermann Nitsch. Das Sechstagespiel des Orgien Mysterien Theaters. Prinzendorf 3-9 August 1998. Hatje Cantz, Stuttgart 2003
Hermann Nitsch - Lives And Works In Prinzendorf, Austria

Hermann Nitsch - Lives And Works In Prinzendorf, Austria

Original 1984
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Lot number: 328A
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Description: NITSCH, HERMANN 1938 Vienna lives and works in Prinzendorf, Austria Untitled (Blood-Soaked Bedsheet). 1984. Ox blood on bedsheet. 218 x 132 cm. Inscribed, signed and dated lower right: Prinzendorf, Hermann Nitsch, 1984. As well as verso once more signed bottom right: Hermann Nitsch.
Hermann Nitsch - Action Painting In Impasto Painting Technique

Hermann Nitsch - Action Painting In Impasto Painting Technique

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Lot number: 983
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Hermann Nitsch * (b. in Vienna in 1938) Action painting in impasto painting technique, signed and dated on the reverse hermann nitsch 2003, mixed media and acrylic on jute, 150 x 200 cm, stretched across a wooden frame, (K) Provenance: Private Ownership, Italy Specialist: Mag. Elke Königseder
Hermann Nitsch - Untitled

Hermann Nitsch - Untitled

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Lot number: 835
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Hermann Nitsch * (born Vienna in 1938) Untitled, c.1982, reworked action relict (tempera, oil, egg, eggshell) on mollino, 238 x 140 cm, on stretcher, (K) Full page colour illustration: The Triumph of Painting, Saatchi Gallery, London 2005, page 97 Provenance: Saatchi Gallery, London Private Ownership, Italy Specialist: Mag. Elke Königseder
Hermann Nitsch - Performance

Hermann Nitsch - Performance

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Lot number: 76
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Lot 76: Hermann Nitsch (b.1938), Photograph, Performance, 2003 Hermann Nitsch (1938) Description: C-print on Kodak Professional paper Austria, 2003 Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938) - Austrian painter and performance artist Signed and numbered on verso with the edition '140/200' Dimensions: 20.5 x 30.5 cm Very good condition Provenance: German Private Collection Hermann Nitsch is internationally known for his controversial performance art; photographs of the performances fetch up to 7.000 Euros at international auctions The photograph 'Performance' was taken by the Austrian artist Hermann Nitsch in 2003. In the early 1960s Nitsch caused quite a stir with his controversial ritualistic and existential performances for which he is now internationally known. The photograph on hand seems to document another one of these performances. The photograph is in good condition. The artist has signed and numbered the photograph on the reverse with the edition '140/200'. Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938) Hermann Nitsch was born in Vienna in 1938. He studied at the Austrian Federal Education and Research Institute for Graphics in Vienna and then worked as a commercial artist at the Museum of Technology. In the late 1950s, the first painting actions were created and the concept of the 'Orgien Mysterien Theater' was conceived. After his publicly held actions repeatedly led to confrontations with the Viennese authorities, Nitsch moved to Germany in 1968. In subsequent years, Nitsch performed his actions in many European and North American cities, enjoying great success. Since the early 1970s Nitsch held his regular 'Orgien-Mysterien-Spiele' on the grounds of Schloss Prinzendorf. In 1972 the artist participated in documenta 5 in Kassel curated by Harald Szeemann and has since been honored with numerous awards. Works by Hermann Nitsch are in the collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the MoMA in New York, the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich and the Museum Ludwig in Cologne amongst others. Die Fotografie stammt von dem österreichischen Künstler Hermann Nitsch und dokumentiert eine Performance aus dem Jahr 2003. Nitsch der mit seiner Aktionskunst seit den frühen sechziger Jahren für Aufsehen sorgte ist heute einer der wohl berühmtesten österreichischen zeitgenössischen Künstler. Die Fotografie ist in einem sehr guten Zustand. Es ist rückseitig vom Künstler mit Filzstift unten rechts signiert und unten links nummeriert mit der Auflage 140/200. Hermann Nitsch (geb. 1938) Hermann Nitsch wurde 1938 in Wien geboren. Er studierte zunächst an der Graphischen Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt in Wien und arbeitete dann als Gebrauchsgrafiker am Technischen Museum. In den späten 1950er Jahre entstanden die ersten Malaktionen und das Konzept des Orgien-Mysterien-Theaters reifte heran. Seine öffentlich abgehaltenen Aktionen führten immer wieder zu Konfrontationen mit den Wiener Behörden, so siedelte Nitsch 1968 nach Deutschland über. In den Folgejahren führte Nitsch in vielen europäischen und nordamerikanischen Städten Aktionen durch, die sich großen Erfolgs erfreuten. Seit den frühen 70er Jahren veranstaltet Nitsch auf dem Grundstück des Schlosses Prinzendorf regelmäßig seine Orgien-Mysterien-Spiele. 1972 nahm er an der von Harald Szeemann kuratierten documenta 5 in Kassel teil und wurde seither mit zahlreichen Auszeichnung geehrt. Seine Arbeiten befinden sich u.a. in den Sammlungen des Centre Pompidou in Paris, des MoMA in New York, der Pinakothek der Moderne in München sowie des Museum Ludwig in Köln. Hermann Nitsch lebt und arbeitet auf seinem Schloss in Prinzendorf und in Asolo, Italien.
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