pre- and post-work
released (april 16, 1945)
january 20, 1942
the ill-starred one
when you receive this
a question of vigilance
escapes from “the tombs”
spines (from the series “elective affinities”)
the gathering of evidence
Prints on Paper
humans are not animals
betroffen … getroffen (shocked … shot)
blots (from the waterlily series)
the thick plot
the book of oil — work in progress
Works on Paper
letters from “the tombs”
from the archives
series: “nose drawings”
murmur I & II
unruly hairs 1
unruly hairs 2
spontaneous and meaningless dissection of “nothing new on the horizon: art to come” by gillo dorfles, which i think was published in artforum on a date i don’t remember
Franz Kafka (from the series “Copying the Masters”)
geschichte eines augenblicks [story of a blink of an eye]
betroffen — getroffen [shocked — shot]
what can be read
Create a website or blog at WordPress.com
fine art adoption network
shadows larger than life
the one-minute film festival 2003-2012
selected publications as author
Absence/presence: critical essays on the artistic memory of the Holocaust – Google Books Result
Book Chapter: »Diejenigen, die selbst beim Lachen keinen Spaß haben«
"Ruth Liberman in der kunst galerie"
Andrew Weinstein, "Beyond argument: contemporary artists on euthanasia," pp. 231-238
Andrew Weinstein, "Ruth Liberman/José Gabriel Fernández: Momenta Art"
Dominic DeLuque, "Artists Examine the Troubling Histories of Medical Abuse and Human Experimentation"
Etty Yaniv, "Après Coup: Transforming Trauma into Art"
F.J. Bröder, "Die Sprache im Visier"
Jochen Schmoldt, "Die poetische Wort-Bildwelt der Ruth Liberman"
Julia Faisst, "Provoking Taboos: Representing Holocaust Art Today"
Katie Kennedy, "Shooting Gallery: An Introducation to Guns in Contemporary Art"
Mónica de la Torre, "Ruth Liberman & José Gabriel Fernández at Momenta Art"
Svea Conrad, "Art that reverberates: A glimpse of Echoes of Loss: Artistic Responses to Trauma"
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