Tri-fold portfolio with short text by Buchholz, biographical timeline, and bibliography to inside, and original collage signed in white pencil on outside of one flap, containing three cut paper works in red, gold, and black cardstock and three loose leaves with sketches and artworks. Square 8vo. Orig. printed wrpps. portfolio, contents loose as issued. Some minor soiling. Berlin (Situationen 60 Galerie) 1965. Erich Buchholz was a German painter and printmaker, and a central figure in the development of non-objective or concrete art in early 20th century Berlin. He was friendly with Moholy-Nagy and El Lissitzky, and his studio in Berlin became a well-known meeting place for avant-garde artists. Along with fine art, Buchholz also wrote several books and articles on constructivist art principles. He was forbidden by the Nazi Party to create art in 1933, having been labeled "degenerate", but resumed his work after World War II. As of May 2016, WorldCat locates three holdings in North American institutions.
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