1966, Sonsbeek Pavilion in Arnhem

A temporary pavilion, designed by Aldo Van Eyck, built in the summer of 1966, in the Sonsbeek park in Arnhem.
It hosted sculptures by nearly thirty artists (including Brancusi, Arp and Giacometti). 
Rebuilt in 2006 in the Kröller-Müller museum/park in the Netherlands. source



bathing in budapest

drawings by nel aerts in her 'jack and the paradise cruise' solo exhibition 
@ horizont, budapest (oct - nov 2016)
in between we visited the wonderful gellért baths


Fortunato Depero's Pellicani etcetera

'Pellicani', 1932

'Cavalcata Fantastica', 1920, wool tapestry © ADAGP, Paris 2015



Dieter Roth's Literaturwursten

Dieter Roth, "Literature Sausage (Literaturwurst)", 1969.

Between 1961 and 1970 Roth created about fifty “literature sausages.” 

To make each sausage Roth followed a traditional recipe, but with one crucial twist: 
where the recipe called for ground pork, veal, or beef, he substituted a ground-up book or magazine. 
Roth mixed the ground-up texts with fat, gelatin, water, and spices before stuffing them into sausage casings. 
The source materials included work by authors and periodicals that the artist either envied or despised; they run 
the gamut from lowbrow illustrated tabloids to well-regarded contemporary German novels to the works 
of Karl Marx and the influential philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

Dieter Roth. "Collected Works, Volumes 1–20 (Gesammelte Werke, Bande 1 20)", 1969–79.
Dieter Roth, “Codex from MUNDUNCULUM: A tentative logico-poeticum, represented as plan and program or dream for provisional 
mythebarium for visionary plants. VOLUME 1: Rot’s VIDEUM” ,1967. Artist book, publisher Verlag M. Dumont Schauberg, Cologne.
Dieter Roth, “Snow,” 1964/69. Artist book of mixed mediums, with wood table and two wood chairs. 

Source: www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2013/dieter_roth/index.html




small picasso's

Picasso. Sculptures @ Bozar, Brussel


Pretty pretty off set printed poster for the HIELE MARTENS and HELMUT MUT shows at Stadslimiet, 02/12/2016