Anna Winteler

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Basel-resident Anna Winteler (b. 1954, Lausanne) has, since the early 1980s, been among the most significant Swiss video and performance artists. She has had an enduring influence on the scene, with many younger artists responding directly or indirectly to her — no exhibition on Swiss video or performance art omits her work. Her work has equally been valued abroad, with great interest in the 1980s and ‘90s in particular. Yet a comprehensive exhibition of her video works from the 1970s to ‘90s is still overdue. This video-retrospective which is curated by Ines Goldbach and Käthe Walser will be accompanied by a publication supported by the Binding Sélection d’Artistes (N°78).

The publication features texts and image contributions by Jean-Christophe Ammann, Silvia Bächli, Jacqueline Burckhardt, Erich Busslinger, Christoph Gallio, Ines Goldbach, Eric Hattan, Martin Heller, Luigi Kurmann, Rut Himmelsbach, Esther Maria Jungo, Rebecca Kunz, Monica Klingler, Renée Levi, Reinhard Manz, Guido Nussbaum, René Pulfer, Pipilotti Rist, Hinrich Sachs, Alex Silber, Anselm Stalder, Jürg Stäuble, Renate Steinegger, Adam Szymczyk, Ines Tondar, Käthe Walser, Beat Wismer and Anna Winteler.

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  • Editor
    Ines Goldbach, Käthe Walser
  • Editing
    Ines Goldbach, Ines Tondar, Anna Winteler
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    VfmK Verlag für moderne Kunst, Vienna

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This publication accompanies the exhibition