The Fruitmarket Gallery is proud to present this exhibition of the work of Dieter Roth (1930–1998), one of late-twentieth-century art’s major figures. Roth was an artist of astonishing breadth and diversity, producing books, graphics, drawings, paintings, sculptures, assemblages, and installation works involving video, sounds, and recordings. He was also a composer, musician, poet, and writer. Art and life for Roth flowed readily into each other, and much of the material for his artistic output came from his everyday life.
This exhibition is the first to focus on the theme of the diary in Roth’s work.
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