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  • Dieter Roth, boo bb, 1964, paper, 38 x 38 cm, 18 red and green sheets with hand-cut slots at 90 degrees in various sizes (0.2, 0.5, 1.0 1.5, 3.5 and 6.5cm). In black paper over board folder in publisher's black box with Diter Rot Edition MAT collection 64 on spine. "Diter Rot BOOK bb, IDEA 1958, sc. 1964 for MAT" with artist's fingerprint in black ink. This is copy 16 of the proposed edition of 50.
  • Dieter Roth, Untitled, 1962, paper, 8,2 x 13,7 cm, Offset printed postcard, tape. Unique. Signed. Reference:# 5 -collected landscapes. Note: Original postcard send to Andre' Balthazar.
  • Dieter Roth, Solothurn, 1970, screenprint, 75 x 100 cm, Screenprint, between 1 and 20 colors on white card, edition of 100, each unique. Printer: H. Kaminski, Düsseldorf Publisher D. Rot, Düsseldorf.
  • Dieter Roth, Untitled, 1962, Paper, 7,5 x 10 cm, Artist made wooden frame with white paint and glued in glass. Signed on back DR to Carl Laszo in red crayon.
  • Dieter Roth, Bunch of Flowers, Paper, ink, 42 x 29,7 cm, Paint and colored pen over a color copy 12 unique works on paper Provenance: Agnar Gústafsson 12 unique works on paper, paint and color pen, some on photocopy paper made by Roth.
  • Dieter Roth, Stupidogram, 1962, Paper, 15,7 x 10 cm, Graphite and offset on paper. 12 unique works, most with a pinhole from their original exhibition at the Galerie Køpcke, Copenhagen Provenance: Addi Köpcke, Tut Køpcke, Jon & Joanne Hendricks
  • Dieter Roth, Solothurn, 1970, Screenprint, 75 x 100 cm, Monoprint, between 1 and 20 colors on white card edition of 100, each unique. Self published, Düsseldorf.
  • Dieter Roth, Stundenbilder (Hourly Photographs), 1977, Photographs, 10.2 x 15.2 cm, 16 leather bound books containing a total of 305 signed photographs with hand written time stamping. On January 1, 1977, at 1:00 a.m. in Chicago, Roth devised an ambitious photo project for which he planned to take one photograph every hour, 24 hours a day, for 365 days of a year: every hour a shot of what simply lay in front of him at that particular moment. Although he abandoned this idea in March he self-published a set of 16 books in readymade bindings in a small edition of 3 which documents the idea. It is one of the key works of conceptual artists’ books of its time and is a testament to how far ahead of his time Roth's ideas really were. A prescient precursor of Instagram!
  • Dieter Roth