With a Probability of Being Seen. Dorothee and Konrad Fischer: Archives of an Attitude
A single exhibition was all it took to bring him international fame. The venue? A corridor in Düsselforf, ten metres long by three wide. It began with Carl Andre, who was followed by a long list of great artists who transformed that 30-square-metre space into a challenge and a springboard. It quickly became a laboratory for brilliant ideas that expanded throughout Europe and into the United States. This catalogue brings together the collection created by the artist, gallerist and curator Konrad Fischer in conjunction with his wife Dorothee.