The Anarchistic Amateur’s Art & Alphabet

Herbert Müller-Guttenbrunn

‘M for man: The future occupant of a coffin that walks around for a while and is allowed to do all sorts of silly things.’ This is one of the many definitions of terms done by the writer and editor Herbert Müller-Guttenbrunn (1887–1945).

The Anarchistic Amateur’s Art & Alphabet collects around 50 of his astute but often highly topical ‘aphorisms, maxims and reflections’ and relates them with works by visual artists: Ingo Abeska, Iris Andraschek, bankleer, Blue Noses Group, Nayarí Castillo, Christian Eisenberger, Memed Erdener, Veza Fernández / Christina Lederhaas, Aldo Giannotti, Johannes Gierlinger, Anne Glassner, G.R.A.M., Michael Heindl, Andreas Heller, Johanna Hierzegger, Anita Hofer / Reni Hofmüller, Katrin Hornek — to start with all of them up to the letter ‘H’.

English and German text.

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