Archive for Small Press & Communication

Das Archive for Small Press & Communication (ASPC) ist eine 1974 in Antwerpen, Belgien, gegründete Kunstsammlung, dass Werke aus allen Sparten der zeitgenössischer Kunst sammelt und dokumentiert, die unabhängig von der offiziellen Kunstszene in künstlerischer Eigeninitiative entstehen.

Vertreten sind alle bedeutenden künstlerischen Richtungen seit den 60er Jahren, wie Conceptual Art, Fluxus , Land Art, Minimal Art, Pop Art oder Konkrete Poesie. Seit 1974 gab das ASPC kontinuierlich Publikationen heraus, produzierte Radioprogramme, organisiert Ausstellungen, Vorträge und Symposien.

Die 60er und 70er Jahre bilden zeitlich den Schwerpunkt dieses Archivs, wodurch in all ihren Facetten eine außergewöhnlich interessante und homogene Sammlung entstanden ist. Sie manifestiert die Kunst in der künstlerisch und politisch wichtigsten Periode der zweiten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhundert.

Zu finden sind Werke von Künstlern wie z.B. Ben, Christian Boltanski, Marcel Broodthaers, Daniel Buren, James Lee Byars, John Cage, Henri Chopin, Hanne Darboven, Robert Filliou, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Roman Opalka, Dieter Roth, Daniel Spoerri, Timm Ulrichs, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner

Das ASPC wurde 1999 vom Neuen Museum Weserburg Bremen erworben.

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