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Encyclopedia > Gruppe SPUR

The art group SPUR was comprised of the following artists:

Lothar Fischer (* 1933; † 2004) Heimrad Prem (* 1934; † 1978) H. P. Zimmer (* 1936; † 1992) Helmut Sturm (* 1932)

The SPUR-artists met first at the <<Akademie der Bildenden Künste>> in Munich, Germany. They formed the group in 1957, which lasted until 1965.

SPUR-art was situationist art with strong relations to other situationist groups in France and Italy.

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Situationist International -- Gruppe SPUR (274 words)
The foundation of the Gruppe SPUR followed a joint exhibition held in autumn 1957 in the Pavillon im Alten Botanischen Garten in Munich by the painters Heimrad Prem (1934-1978), Helmut Sturm (1932), Hans-Peter Zimmer (1936-1992) and the sculptor Lothar Fischer (1933-2004).
The members of Spur were encouraged and helped by Asger Jorn, who in 1959 introduced them to the Galerie Van de Loo in Munich, which thereafter exhibited and supported the group, as did the artist and art critic Hans Platschek.
Gruppe SPUR : Helmut Sturm, Heimrad Prem, Hans-Peter Zimmer, Lothar Fischer (l.t.r.)
Scandinavian Situationism (1430 words)
Gruppe SPUR becomes the German Section of the SI at the 3rd Situationist conference in Munich.
Asger Jorn withdraws from the SI Gruppe SPUR are prosecuted in Munich for obscenity.
Gruppe SPUR is excluded from the SI due to 'fractional activity'.
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