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Hans Richter Group Exhibitions

1916: – Galerie Neue Kunst Hans Goltz,München: Kollektiv-Ausstellung, Vorel,
Strohmeyer, Richter, (Heckel).

1917: – Galerie Corray, Zurich: “l. Dada-Ausstellung, 2. Galerie Dada, Zurich,
3. Dada-Ausstellung”.

1918: – Kunstsalon Wolfsberg, Zurich: “Die Neue Kunst”.

1920 : – Basel : “Gruppe Neues Leben”.

1922 : – Berlin : “Novembergruppe”.

1924: – Berlin: “Novembergruppe”.

1930: – Paris: “Cercle et Carré – Internationale Konstruktjve Ausstellung”.

1937: – Museum of Modern Art, New York: “Cubism and Abstract Art”.

– Kunsthalle Basel: “Die Konstruktivisten”.

1939 : – Galerie Charpentier, Paris : “Réalités Nouvelles”.

1942: – Gallery Helena Rubinstein, New York: “Masters of Abstract Art”.

1952: – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam: “De Stijlc”.

1955: – Sidney Janis Gallery, New York: “Dada Exhibition”.

1956: – Rose Fried Gallery, New York: “International Collage”.

– Galleria Roma II, Rome: “Dada”.

1958: – Städtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf : “Dada, Dokumente einer
Bewegung”.

1959: – Betty Parsons Gallery, New York: “Annual Exhibition of American
Abstract Artists (AAA)”

1960: – Kunstgesellschaft Helmhaus, Zurich: “Konkrete Kunst”.

– Gallery Chalette, New York: “Construction and Geometry in Painting”.

– Gewerbemuseum, Basel: “Ungegensfandliche Photographie”.

1961: – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Moderna Museet, Stockholm:

“Bewogen Beweging”.

– Galerie Denise René, Paris: “Art Abstrait Constructif lnternational”.

1963: – Galleria Pagani, Mailand: “Sculptura Contemporanea”.

1964: – New York University, New York: “American Abstract Artists (AAA)”.

– Galleria Arturo Schwarz, Mailand: “1908 – 1939″.

1965: – Galerie Denise René, Paris : “Arp – Richter”

1966: – Galleria Arturo Schwarz, Mailand and Galerie Krugier, Geneva: “Dada
1916/1966″.

– Musee National d’Art Moderne, Paris : “Dada Retrospective”.

– Kunsthaus, Zurich: “Dada Retrospective”. (50 jahre Dada).

– Civico Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Mailand : “Dada Retrospective”.

– Kunstverein, München : “Hommage ˆ Franz Roh”.

1967: – Galerie Denise René-Hans Mayer, Krefeld : “Worn Konstruktivismus zur
Kinetik”.

– Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, München : “Collage 67″.

– Kunstmuseum, Basel : “Sammlung Marguerite Arp Hagenbach”.

1968: – Museum of Modern Art, New York: “Dada, Surrealism and their Heritage”.

– Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne : “Berlin Xxe Siecle. Konstruktivismus in
Berlin”

1969: – Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum der Stadt Duisburg: “lndustrie und Technik in der
deutschen Malerek”.

1972: – Galleria dell’Accademia Logetto Lombardesca, Ravenna : “Hans Richter – Pirro”

1974 : – Arte Contemporanea, Mailand : “Grafica dei linguaggi non-verbali”.

– Villa Malpensata, Lugano : “Pittura e Musica”.

– Annely Juda Fine Art, London: “Vordemberge – Gildewart Remembered”.

– Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg: “Fritz Kempe – Fünf Jahrzehnte
Photographie”.

– Cocorocchia Galleria d’Arte, Mailand : “L’immagine razionale. Nicholson – Pasmore
Richter”.

– Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Nationalgalerie, Berlin: “Freunde danken
Werner Haftmann”.

– Galleria d’Arte La Borgognona, Rome : “Maestri Contemporanei”.

1976: – Galleria d’Arte La Borgognona, Rome : “Grafica internationalex”.

– Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution,

Washington DC.: “The Golden Door, Artist Immigrants of America, 1876 – 1976″.

– Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre National d’Art et de Culture Georges
Pompidou, Paris. “Cinéma Dadaiste et Surréaliste”

– Nationalgalerie, Berlin. “Freunde Danken Werner Haftmann”.

1977: – Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris: “Paris – New York”.

– Akademie der Künste, Berlin: “Tendenzen der Zwanziger Jahre – Dada in

Europa, Werke und Dokumente”.

– Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Dallas: “Berlin/Hannover: the 1920s”.

– La Boetie Inc., Helen Serger, New York: “Art of the Dadaists”.

– Städtische Galerie im Staedelschen Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt: “Dada in Europa, Werke
und Dokumente”.

1978: – Hayward Gallery, London: “Dada and Surrealism Reviewed”. Arts Concils of Great
Britain.

1979: – Centre National d’Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, ÇParis-Berlin 1900-1933È

1980: – Tate Gallery, London: “Abstraction Towards a New Art”.

1982: – Amsterdam: Goethe Institute, “Berlin-Amsterdam 1920-1940″.

1983: – Berlin: Berlinische Galerie, “Aus Berlin Emigriert”.

1985 : – Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, “Vom Klang der Bilder. Die Musik in der Kunst des 20
Jahrhunderts”.

– Kunsthaus Zurich and Arche Verlag, “Dada in Zurich”.

1987: – Locarno: Galleria L., “Jean Arp, Ben Nicholson, Hans Richter, Italo Valenti”.

1993/4 – Lugano: Museo Cantonale d’Arte, “XIX e XX secolo: da Turner a Beuys, evoluzione e
sviluppi della collezione”.

1993: – Munich: Stþdtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, “Süddeutsche Freiheit. Kunst der
Revolution in München 1919″

1995: – Zurich: Galerie Pro Arte, “Hans Arp/Hans Richter”.

Hans Richter Solo Exhibitions

1946: – Art of This Century Gallery (Peggy Guggenheim), New York.

1948: – Renaissance Society, Chicago.

1949: – Art Museum, San Francisco.

1950: – Galerie Les Deux Iles, Paris.

– Galerie Feigel, Basel.

1952: – Galerie Mai, Paris.

1954: – Rose Fried Gallery, New York.

1955: – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

1958: – The Institute of Contemporary Arts (Corcoran Gallery), Washington D.C.

– Akademie der Künste, Berlin.

1958/59: – Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome.

1959: – Kunstgewerbemuseum der Stadt, Zurich.

1960: – Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, München.

– Galerie Denise René, Paris.

– Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.

– Werkkunstschule, Hannover.

– Kasseler Kunstverein.

– La Strozzina, Florenz.

– Galerie Lienhard, Zurich.

– Galleria Pagani, Mailand.

1961: – Museum Folkwang, Essen.

– Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

– Galleria Pagani, Legnano.

1962: – Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Turin.

– Galleria Pagani, Mailand.

1963: – Casa del Negromante, Locarno.

– Galleria Pagani, Mailand.

– Galleria Arturo Schwarz, Mailand.

1964: – Galleria Arturo Schwarz, Mailand.

1965: – Galerie Denise René, Paris.

– Galleria d’Arte del Cavallino, Venedig.

1966: – Tokyo Gallery, Tokio.

– Museum of Contemporary Art, Nagaoka/Japan.

1967: – Galleria Pagani, Legnano.

– Galleria del Naviglio, Mailand.

1968: – Byron Gallery, New York.

– Finch College Museum of Art, New York

– Galleria La Chiocciola, Paduc

– Galerie Pro, Rolandseck

– Galerie Klihm, München

1969: – Galleria II Segno mit dem Goethe-Institut, Rom

1970: – Galleria II Segno, Rom

– Galleria Ordelaffi, Forli/Mailand

– Goethe-lnstitut, München

– Gaileria del Naviglio, Mailand

1971: – Galleria Capricorno, Venedig

1971/2: – Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.

– Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

– Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven/Con.

– The University Art Gallery, State University of New York, Albany, NY.

– The University of Michigan, Museum of Art, Ann Arbor/MI.

– Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

– Art Gallery State University of New York, Potsdam, NY.

– William Hayes Ackland Memorial Art Center,

– University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

1972: – Galleria Il Fauno, Turin

– Galerie Georges Moos, Geneva

1973: – Goethe-Institut, Turin

– Galleria del Naviglio, Mailand

– Galerie Denise René-Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf

– Betty Parsons Gallery, New York

– Galerie Denise René, New York

1974: – Galerie am Ring, St. Gallen

1975: – Galerie Denise René, Paris

– Galleria d’Arte La Borgognona, Rome

1976: – Galerie Pro, Rolandseck

– Neuberger Museum of the State University of New York, Purchase, NY.

– American Cultural Center Gallery at the American Cultural Center, Reykjavik.

– Paris: Goethe Institut Munich.

1977: – Théâtre Municipal, Esch-Sur-Alzette/Luxemburg

1978: – Galleria Vismara, Mailand

– Musée de l’Abbaye Sainte-Croix, Les Sables-d’Olonne.

1979: – Stanford University Art Gallery and Museum, Stanford, CT.

1980: – Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D. C.

1982: – Zurich Art Association.

1983: – Lugano: Galleria Pro Arte.

1988: – Neuberger Museum, SUNY at Purchase, N.Y.

1989: – Deutsches Filmmuseum.

– Locarno, Switzerland: Palazzo Morettini.

1994: – Rome: Palazzo delle Esposizioni.

2004: – Janos Gat Gallery, New York, NY.

2006: – Maya Stendhal Gallery, New York, NY

 

Exhibition Catalogues for Hans Richter
(Chronological order)

Hans Richter, Strohmeyer, Lascar Vorel. XXIX. KollektivAusstellung Neue Kunst. Folder; introduction by Hans Richter. Munich: Galerie Hans Goltz, June-July 1916: 1-4.
Ausstellung die Neue Kunst. Pamphlet; text by W. Jollos. Zurich: Kunstsalon Wolfsberg, September 1918.
Internationale Kunstaussteilung. Düsseldorf: Kaufhaus Tietz, May 1922.
“Film und Foto,” Internationale Ausstellung des Deutschen Werkbunds. 18 May-7 July 1929. Catalogue to the exhibition. Reprint: ed. Karl Steinroth, Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, 1979.
Réalités Nouvelles. Galerie Charpentier, 30 June-15 July 1939.
6th Annual Exhibition of American Abstract Artists. The Fine Arts Galleries, 9-23 March 1942.
“From Orchestration of the Form to Scroll Painting.” Text by Hans Richter. Masters of Abstract Art. Helena Rubenstein Benefit for the Red Cross. Exhibition catalogue. New York: New Art Center, 1 April-15 May 1942.
Dreams That Money Can Buy. Brochure. Texts by Man Ray, James Sweeney, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Siegfried Kracauer, Richard Huelsenbeck, and John Cage. New York: Films International of America, 1943: 22 pp.
Hans Richter: 1919—1946. Folder to the exhibition. Introduction by Frederick Kiesler. New York: Art of This Century Gallery, 22 October-9 November 1946.
Hans Richter. Folder. Texts by Jean Arp, Marcel Duchamp, and Michel Seuphor. Paris: Galerie des Deux Iles, February 1950.
Hans Richter. Folder. Texts by Jean Arp, Marcel Duchamp, and Michel Seuphor. Paris: Galerie d’Art Moderne, March 1950.
Hans Richter. Paris: Gaierie d’Art Moderne, 11 March 1950.
Hans Richter-Oeuvres de 1912 a 1952. Peintures, dessins, rouleaux. Folder. Poem by Richard Huelsenbeck. Paris: Galerie Mai, 10-24 June 1952.
“De StijI, 1917—1928.” Review of the exhibition in Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 20, no. 2 (Winter 1952-53).
Modern Masters. Catalogue to the exhibition. New York: Rose Fried Gallery, January-15 February 1954.
Hans Richter. Paintings, Scrolls, Drawings. Folder. Texts by Robert Goldwater and Jean Arp. Paris: Rose Fried Gallery, 30 March-24 April 1954.
Hans Richter. An Exhibition of Paintings, Scrolls and Drawings. From 1915 to 1958. Presented on the Occasion of Hans Richter’s Seventieth Birthday. Folder. Texts by Sir Herbert Read, Hans Arp, Rudolf Arnheim, Marcel Duchamp, Naum Gabo, Will Grohmann, Franz Roh, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Herman G. Weinberg. Washington, D.C.: The Institute of Contemporary Arts in Gallery 41 of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, 6 April—11 May 1958.
Dada. Dokumente einer Bewegung. Catalogue to the exhibition. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf Kunsthalle, Kunstverein Rheinlande und Westfalen, September-October 1958.
Hans Richter. Em Leben für Bud und Film. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Theodor Werner, Will Grohmann, Sir Herbert Read, Marcel Duchamp, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Jean Arp. Berlin: Akademie der Künste, 17 October-16 November 1958.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Rome: Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, December 1958-January 1959.
Hans Richter. Em Leben für Bud und Film. Catalogue to the exhibition. Zurich: Kunstgewerbe Museum, 1 March-19 April 1959.
23rd Annual Exhibition of American Abstract Artists. New York: Betty Parsons Gallery, 1-13 June 1959.
Meditazioni sul tempo. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Giorgio Kaisserlian. Milan: Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo, 1960.
Hans Richter—40 Jahre Roilenbild. Catalogue to the exhibition. Munich: Städtische Galerie, Lenbachhaus, May— June 1960.
Konkrete Kunst. Zurich: Helmhaus, 8 June—i 4 August 1960.
Hans Richter-40 ans de peintures-rouleaux. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Herta Wescher, Jean Arp, Will Grohmann, and Sir Herbert Read. Paris: Galerie Denise René, September 1960.
Hans Richter—40 Jahre Rollenbild und RIm. Exhibition catalogue. Hannover and Kassel: Werkkunstschule Hannover, Staatliche Werkkunstschule Kassel with the Kasseler Kunstverein, December 1960.
Hans Richter-40 Jahre Rollenbild. Catalogue to the exhibition. Essen: Museum Folkwang, January-February 1961.
Hans Richter Schild, Film, er malt. Catalogue number 262. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, March-April 1961.
Bewogen, Beweging. Group exhibition. Catalogue number 264. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, March-April 1961.
Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Legnano: Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo, 11-28 June 1961.
AACI: Art Abstrait, Constructif International. Catalogue text by Michel Seuphor. Paris: Galerie Denise René, December 1961-February 1962.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Franco Russoli and Jean Arp. Turin: Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, May—July 1962.
Mostra Personale di Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Giorgio Kaisserlian. Milan: Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo, 1962.
Omaggio a Richter. Flier. Locarno: Casa del Negromante, April 1962.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Milan: Galleria Schwarz, March 1963.
Schritt en beeld, Art and Writing. Richter’s “Liberation of Paris” scroll. Group exhibition. Catalogue no. 333. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, May-June 1963: 84.
Rillevi e dipinti di Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Giorgio Kaisserlian. Milan: Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo, 1963.
28th Annual Exhibition of American Abstract Artists. New York: Loeb Student Center, New York University, 8-23 January 1964.
1908-1928. Group exhibition. Milan: Galleria Schwarz, October 1964.
Hans Richter. Dadaismo e astrazione (1909—1923). Exhibition catalogue. Text by Guido Ballo. Milan: Galleria Schwarz, March-April 1965.
Arp/Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Arp and Richter. Paris: Galerie Denise René, April 1965.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Jean Arp, Sir Herbert Read, Naum Gabo, Marcel Duchamp, Hermann Weinberg, Friedrich Bayl, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Venice: Galleria del Cavallino, September 1965.
Settimana Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Venice: Gallena del Cavallino, September 1965.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Galleria del Cavllino, September 1965.
Dada/Suites 10. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Geneva: Galerie Krugier & Cie, February 1966.
Hans Richter Exhibition. Catalogue to the exhibition. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery, April-May 1966.
Hommage à Franz Roh. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Munich: Kunstverein München, July-August 1966.
Dada 1916-1966. Cinquant’anni a Dada. Dada in Italia 1916-1966. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Milan: Gallena Schwarz, August-September 1966.
Yesterday and Today: 1936-1966, 30th Annual Exhibition of American Art. Riverside Museum, 25 September-27 November 1966.
Dada, Key Documents: 19 16—1966. Catalogue to the group exhibition. New Delhi: National Gallery of Modern Art, 1966.
Dada 1916-1966, Documents of the International Dada Movement. Catalogue to a collective traveling exhibition compiled, commentated, and introduced by Hans Richter. Munich, Rome, Barcelona, TelAviv, Haifa, Athens, Istanbul, Ankara, Nuremburg, Tokyo: Goethe Haus, 1966-1968.
Hans Richter, opere recenti. Catalogue to exhibition no. 464. Milan: Galleria del Naviglio, January-February 1967.
Hans Richter-Maler und Fllmschap for. Exhibition catalogue. Berlin: Akademie der Künste/DFFB, 20-21 March 1967.
Vom Konstruktivismus zur Kinetik. 1917 bis 1967. Catalogue of names of participating artists. Knefeld, Germany: Galerie Denise René, Hans Mayer, June-September 1967.
Dada -A usstellung zum 50 jahrigen Jubiläum. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Zurich: Kunsthaus Zurich, October-November 1967. Paris: Musée National d’Art Moderne, November 1 967-January 1968.
Collage 67. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Text by Friedrich Bayl. Munich: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, November-December 1967
Dada 1916-1966. Eine Dokumentation. Catalogue of press releases to the exhibition “DADA Documents of an International Movement.” Munich: Goethe Haus, 1968.
Art: 1905-1967 Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition with text by Brian O’Doherty and introduction by Elayne Varian. New York: Byron Gallery and Finch College Museum of Art/Contemporary Wing, January—February 1968.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Palma Bucarelli. Padua: Galleria d’Arte La Chiocciola, March 1968.
Dada, Surreailsm and Their Heritage. Exhibition catalogue. Text by William S. Rubin. New York: Museum of Modern Art, March-June 1968.
Hans Richter-Dada 1918. Brochure. Munich: Galerie Klihm, November-December 1968.
Berlin XXe Siecle. Expressionismus-Berlin. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Texts by Eberhard Roters and Lyss Decker. Lausanne: Kunstverein Berlin and Museé Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, November 1968-January 1969.
Hans Richter—Dada Zeichnungen 1918. Brochure. Text by Achille Perilli. Rome: Galleria II Segno in collaboration with the Deutsche Bibliothek Rome, Goethe Institute, March 1969.
Industrie und Technik in der deutschen Malerei—von der Romantik bis zur Gegenwart. Catalogue. Introduction by Siegfried Salzmann. Duisburg: Wilhelm-Lehmbruck Museum, May-July 1969.
Hans Richter Painting and Film. Ed, Eva Maria Ledig. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Hans Arp, Friedrich Luft, Friedrich Bayl, Gideon Bachmann, Siegfried Kracauer, Rudolf Arnheim, Hans Richter, and Sir Herbert Read. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970.
German Experimental Films. From the Beginnings to 1970. Catalogue. Text by Ingo Petzke. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970.
Hans Richter. Brochure. Text by Achille Perilli. Rome: Galleria IL Segno in collaboration with the Deutsche Bibllothek Rome, Goethe Institute, April 1970.
Hans Richter. Catalogue no. 556 with the poem “Reflections on Dymos” by Hans Richter. Text by Brian O’Doherty. Milan: Galleria del Naviglio, 21 October-8 November 1970.
Hans Richter. Rilievi 1970 e ii Film “Dal dada al surrealismo quarant’anni di esperienze.” No. 20. Milan: Galleria del Naviglio, 21 October-11 November 1970.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Man Ray. Turin: II Fauno Galleria d’Arte, January-February 1971.
Hans Richter. Dada Drawings and Recent Work. Catalogue with text by Man Ray. Geneva: Galerie Georges Moos, February-March 1971.
Hans Richter. Catalogue to the exhibition. Venice: Galleria d’Arte Moderna II Capricorno, April-May 1971.
Aspetti della grafica europea 1971. Collective exhibition catalogue. Venice: Museo d’Art Moderna Ca’ Pesaro La Biennale di Venezia, September-October 1971: 74-75. Richter biography and illustrations of paper relief.
The World between the Ox and the Swine. Dada Drawings by Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue with introduction and interview of Hans Richter by Daniel Robbins. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, October 1971.
Hans Richter/Marcello Pirro. Catalogue with texts by Sir Herbert Read, V. Guidi, G. Carboni, Ennio Pouchard, and R. De Grada. Poem by Hans Richter. Ravenna: Galleria dell’Accademia Loggetta Lombardesca, August 1972.
“Marcello Pirro.” Poem by Hans Richter in Italian and English. Ravenna: Galleria dell’Accademia Loggetta Lombardesca, 1972: 2 pp.
“Hans Richter.” Text by Marcello Pirro. Ravenna: Galleria dell’Accademia Loggetta Lombardesca, August 10-30, 1972: 5 pp.
Mappe mit fünf farbigen seidensiebdrucken. Baumgartner, Glattfelder, Keller, Leppien, Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Rudolph Jockel and Aldo Passoni. Darmstadt/Turin: Musei Civici di Torino, 1972.
Hans Richter. Catalogue no. 617. Text by Guido Ballo. Milan: Galleria del Naviglio, March-April 1973.
Omagglo a Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Marziano Bernardi, Giorgio Brizio, Paride Chiapatti, Angelo Dragone, Janus. Turin: Goethe Institute, Musei Civici di Torino, April 1973.
Fritz Kempe 5 Jahrzehnte Photographie. Catalogue to the exhibition. Portrait of Hans Richter by Fritz Kempe and drawing by Hans Richter, “GruI3 an Fritz Kempe.” Hamburg: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, April-May 1973: 24-25.
Hans Richter. Arbeiten 1913 bis 1973. Invitation to exhibition opening. Text by Werner Haftmann. Düsseldorf: Galerie Denise René, Hans Mayer, May 1973.
Hans Richter. Recent Work. New York: Betty Parsons Gallery, November 1973.
Grafica dei linuaggi non-verbali. Brochure of group exhibition. Text by Gianfranco Arlandi. Milan: Arte Contemporanea, February-March 1974.
Hans Richter. Graphiken. Brochure of exhibition of graphics from 1964 to 1974. With text “Notizen zu Hans Richters Graphiken.” St. Gallen: Galerie am Ring, 1974.
1954-1974. Collective exhibition celebrating 20th anniversary of the Goethe Institute of Turin. Illustrations of paintings by Hans Richter. Turin: Goethe Institute, July 1974: 31-34.
Hans Richter. Brochure to the exhibition. St. Gallen: Galerie am Ring, November 1974.
L’immagine razionale. Ben Nicholson, Victor Pasmore, Hans Richter. Catalogue no. 12 to the exhibition. Text by Gianfranco Bruno. Milan: Galleria d’Arte Cocorocchia, November-December 1974.
Hans Richter. Oeuvres dada. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Man Ray (1972), Jean Arp, Marcel Duchamp (1958), and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Paris: Galerie Denise René, May 1975.
Hans Richter-opere dal 1960 a1 1975. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by M. Fagiolo deII’Arco, “Hans Richter e il dinamismo del caso,” and Man Ray, “Lettera a voce a Hans Richter.” Rome: Galleria d’Arte La Borgognona, November 1975.
HR—Hans Richter/Image et cinema. Exhibition catalogue. Text by Sir Herbert Read. Paris: Goethe Institut München, 1976.
Freunde Danken Werner Haftmann. Exhibition catalogue. Berlin: Nationalgalerie Berlin, 1976.
Hans Richter 1888—1976. Exhibition catalogue. Text by Frank Ponzi. ReykjavIk, Iceland: The American Cultural Center, 1976.
The Golden Door: Artist-Immigrants of America, 1876-1976. Catalogue to the exhibition. Introduction by Daniel J. Boorstin and text by Cynthia Jaffee McCabe. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, May 1976: 341-343.
Cinema, dadaiste et surréaliste. Catalogue to the group exhibition. Texts by Marc Debard,
P. Adams Sitney, and Alain Virmaux. Paris: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre
National d’Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, Fall 1976.
Berlin/Hannover. The 1920s. Catalogue to the exhibition. Introduction by John Bowit and texts by R. M. Murdock. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, January-March 1977.
Hans Richter (1888-1976) Bild und Film, Grafik der letzten Jahre. Brochure to the exhibition. Luxembourg: Stadttheater Esch-Alzette Thomas-Mann Library, January-February 1977.
Tendenzen der zwanziger Jahre. 15. Europäische Kunstausstellung Berlin. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by (among others) Eberhard Roters, Karl Riha, and Hanne Bergius. Berlin: Akademie der Künste, August-October 1977.
Art of the Dadaists. Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Timothy Baum. New York: Helen Serger, la boétie, inc., September-November 1977.
Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft Jahresbericht. Annual Report to the Zurich Art Association. With the text “Zu den zeichnungen und Bildern von Hans Richter” by Ursula Perucchi-Petri. Zurich: Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft, 1977: 77-81.
Film als Film-1910 bis heute, ed. Birgit Hem and WuIf Herzogenrath. Catalogue to exhibition. Texts by (among other) Herzogenrath and Werner Grãff. Cologne: Kölner Kunstverein, November 1977-January 1978; Berlin: Akademie der Künste, February-March 1978; Essen: Museum Folkwang, April-May 1978; Stuttgart: WUrttembergischer Kunstverein, June-July 1978: 48 ff. English translation as Film as Film-Formal Experiment in Film 1910-1975. London: Hayward Gallery, May-June 1979.
Dada and Surrealism Reviewed. Ed. Dawn Ades. London: Arts Council of Great Britain, Hayward Gallery, January- March 1978.
Film Retrospective: Hans Richter on His 90th Birthday. Brochure to the exhibition. Brussels: Thomas Mann Library, Kulturinstitut Deutschland, March 1978.
Omaggio a Hans Richter. Brochure to the exhibition. Milan: Vismara Arte Contemporanea, April 1978.
Hans Richter 1888-1976. Dessins et portraits dada 1888-1976. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Marguerite Arp, Gabrielle Buffet-Picabia, and Henry-Claude Cousseau. Les Sables-d’Olonne: Musée de I’Abbaye Sainte-Croix, April-June 1978.
Monte yenta-Berg der Wahrheit. Ed. Harald Szeemann. Exhibition catalogue with 16 essays. Ascona: Electa Editrice, July-August 1978.
Paris-Berlin 1900-1933. Ed. Werner Spies. Catalogue to the exhibition. Paris: Centre National d’Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, 1978. German translation: Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1979.
Hans Richter’s Stalingrad (Victory in the East). Catalogue to the exhibition. Text by Cynthia Jaffee McCabe. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian institution, 1980.
Dada in Zurich. Werkverzeichnis. Items no. 60-94. Catalogue to the exhibition. Zurich: Kunsthaus Zurich, April-June 1980.
Abstraction. Towards a New Art, Painting 1910-20. Exhibition catalogue. Texts include Dawn Ades, “Dada and Abstract Art in Zurich 1915-1920” (pp. 58-62). London: Tate Gallery, April 1980.
Dada, Berlin, Cologne, Hannover. Exhibition catalogue. Text by Helimut Wohi. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, November 1980-January 1981; Fort Worth: Fort Worth Art Museum, March-April 1981.
Hans Richter 1888-1976: Dadaist, Flimpionier, Maler, Theoretiker. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Charles Haxthausen, Ursula Perucchi-Petri, Justin Hoffmann, Standish D. Lawder, Erwin Leiser, Willy Rotzler, Marion von Hofacker, and Cynthia Jaffee McCabe. Berlin: Akademie der Künste, January-March 1982; Zurich: Kunsthaus Zurich, April—May 1982; Munich: Stádtische Galerie im
Lenbachhaus, June-July 1982.
Hans Richter Retrospective In formation Sheets. Zurich: Zurich Art Association, February 1982: 14-19.
Berlin-Amsterdam, 1920-1940, Wechselwirkungen. Exhibition catalogue. Text and introduction by Katrinka Dittrich. Amsterdam: Goethe Institute, February 1982.
Aus Berlin emigriert. Catalogue to works by Berlin artists who emigrated from Germany after 1933. Introduction by Eberhard Roters. Berlin: Berlinische Galerie, April—September 1983.
Hans Richter, pitture e collages. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Guglielmo Volonterio and Marion von Hofacker. Lugano: Galleria Pro Arte, October-December 1983.
Vom Klang der Bilder. Die Musik in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Karin von Maur. Exhibition catalogue. Texts include Sara Selwood, “Farblichtmusik und abstrakte Film” (pp. 414-421). Stuttgart: Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, July-September 1985.
Dada in Zurich. Sammlungsheft 11. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts by Hans Bolliger, Guido Magnaguagno, and Raimund Meyer. Zurich: Kunsthaus Zurich and Arche Verlag, 1985.
Jean Arp, Ben Nicholson, Hans Richter, Italo Valenti. Folder announcing exhibition of lithographs and aquatints. Locarno: Galleria L., August-September 1987.
The Art of Counterpoint: Nineteen Works by Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Text by
M. Schnell. Purchase, N.Y.: Neuberger Museum, SUNY at Purchase, February-April 1988.
Dada and Constructivism. Exhibition catalogue. International Museums Agency, The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura, The Seibu Museum of Art, The Tokyo Shimbun, Japan, October 1988-February 1989.
Hans Richter: Malerei und Film. Kinematograph 5. Catalogue to the exhibition. Introduction by Walter Schobert and texts by Justin Hoffmann, Eva Wolf, Bradford Smith, Cecile Starr, Gisela Hossmann, Viola Kiefner, Stephanie Casal/Pia Lanzinger, Rudolf Kuenzli, Ludger Derenthal, and Marion von Hofacker. Frankfurt am Main: Deutsches Filmumuseum, February-April 1989.
Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Marion von Hofacker and Harald Szeemann. Locarno, Switzerland: Palazzo Morettini, August 1989.
Peinture, cinema, peinture. Catalogue to the exhibition. Texts include Sarah Wilson, “Hans Richter: Dreams That Money Can Buy.” Marseilles: Vieille Charité, October 1989.
Konstruktivistische internationale schäpferische Arbeitsgemeinschaft 1922-1927. Utopien für eine Europäische Kultur. Exhibition catalogue with texts by (among others) Hartmut W. Reclottée and Marion von Hofacker. Düsseldorf: Kunstsammulung Nordrhein-Westfalen, May-August
1992; Halle: Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg, September-November 1992.
Dada. Eine Internationale Bewegung 1916 bis 1925. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Raimund Meyer, Dietmar Elger, and Guido Magnaguagno. Munich: Kunsthalle der Hypond Kulturstiftung, September-November 1993; Hannover: Sprengel Museum, November 1993-February 1994; Zurich: Kunsthaus Zurich, March-May 1994.
XIX e XX secolo: da Turner a Beuys, evoluzione e sviluppi della collezione. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Marco Franciolli and Manuela Rossi. Lugano: Museo Cantonale d’Arte, November 1993-March 1994.
Süddeutsche Freiheit. Kunst der Revolution in München 1919. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by (among others) Jus p tin Hoffmann and Helmut Friedel. Munich: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, November 1993.
Dada. Arte e antiarte. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by (among others) Giovanni Lista, Arturo Schwarz, and R. Siligato. Rome: Palazzo delle Esposizioni, April 1994.
Hans Arp/Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Texts by Hans Richter, Max Bill, and Hans Arp. Zurich: Galerie Pro Arte, 10 March-7 May 1995.

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Writings/Discussions on Hans Richter in Books and Articles
(Authors in alphabetical Order)

Anonymous. “American Avantgarde Film.” Penguin Film Review 8 (1949).
Anonymous. “Cubism and Abstract Art.” New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1936.
Anonymous. “Dada Zurigo, a cura di Luisa Valeriani.” Martano. Turin, 1970.
Anonymous. “Experiment with Celluloid Hans Richter.” Penguin Film Review 9 (1949).
Anonymous. “Filmographie de Hans Richter.” L’Age du Cinéma l (1951).
Anonymous. “Hans Richter-Filmt Rechter Hand-Malt Linker Hand.” In Vernissage, Kunst, Kritik, Kontakte. Baden-Baden: Aegis Verlag, 1960.
Anonymous. “Pourquoi le Minotaure.” L’Age du Cinema 4/5 (1951).
Anonymous. “Surrealist Movie.” Life 21, no. 23 (2 December 1946): 86-88.
Albéra, François. “Elsenstein en Suisse.” Documents Cinémathèque Suisse 9: Travelling 48
(Winter 1976): 89-95.
Alemanno, Roberto. “La scompara di un grande amico.” Cinema Nuovo 25, no. 239 (January/February 1976): 47.
Amsel, Mathias. “Hans Richter zwischen Malerei und Film.” Rlmstudie, no. 30.
Apollonio, Umbro. “Hans Richter.” D’Ars 13, no. 58-59 (February-March 1972): 90-105.
Aristarco, Guido. “La caccia del Minotauro.” Cinema Nuovo, 31(1953).
Aristarco, Guido. “Document 2.” La Revue du Cinema 18 (1948).
Arnheim, Rudolf. Storia delie teoriche del Film. Turin: Elnaudi, 1960.
Arnheim, Rudolf. “Ciber Bewegungskunst.” Sozialistische Monatshefte2, no. 63(1926): 312-315.
Arp, Hans. “Hans Richter.” Blatter und Bilder 13 (1961): 54.
Arp, Hans. “Hans Richter.” In Unser taglicher Traum. Zurich: Arche Verlag, 1956: 69-70.
Arp, Hans. “Hans Richter, Painter, Film Producer.” In Collection of the Société Anonyme Museum of Modern Arts 1920. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1950: 71.
Bagier, Guido. Der kommende Film. Stuttgart: Deutscheverlags-anstalt, 1928.
Bassan, R., and M. Roudevitch. ‘Se souvenir de Hans Richter.” Ecran58 (May 1977): 6-10.
Bayl, Friedrich. “Gesprach mit Hans Richter.” Art International3, no. 1-2 (1959): 54-55.
Bayl, Friedrich. “On Hans Richter.” Art International 4, no. 10 (1960): 34-38. Translated
from the German “Gesprach mit Hans Richter.” Also in exhibition catalogue Hans Richter-Painting and Film. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970: 4.
Behne, Adolf. “Der Film als Kunstwerk.” Sozialistische Monatshefte 27, no. 57 (December 1921): 1, 118. Reprint: Film als Film—1910 bis heute, ed. Birgit Hem and WuIf Herzogenrath, Cologne: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1977:21.
Bragaglia, A. G. “Cinemaastratto.” Cinema (December 1952).
Bragaglia, A. G. “Richter e i futuristi.” Cinema Italiano 3 (1953).
Brederoo, Nico. “Der Avantgarde-, Dokumentar- und Reklamefilm: Die Niederlande und die deutsche Emigration.” In Die Niederlande unddas deutsche Exil 1933-1940, ed. Kathinka Dittrich and Hans Würzner. Kanigstein: Athenäum, 1982: 215-21 7.
Brissoni, Armando. “Indagine strutturale sul linguaggio cinematografico dei Ritmi 21, 23, 25 e Filmstudie 1926 di Hans Richter.” In brochure. Padua: Liviana Editrice, 1968: 3-17.
Calvesi, Maurizio. “Futurismo e arte meccanica: II comica, I’automatico, il casuale.” L’Arte Moderna 5, no. 42 (1965), pp. 201-232.
Codroico, Roberto, and Lietta Pezzolato. “Richter e I’uomo visible.” Cinema Nuova 21, no. 218 (July/August 1972): 254-255.
Däubler, Theodor. “Notiz über den Maler Hans Richter.” Die Aktion. Wochenzeitschrift für Politik, Literatur, Kunst 6, no. 13 (25 March 1916): cols. 181-182.
Debrix, Jean R. 7ème Art. Paris: Edition du Cerf, 1960.
Dencker, Klaus Peter. “Hinweis auf elnen fast vergessenen Künstler. Mitteilungen des Instituts für moderne Kunst 13/14(1976):7pp.
Diebold, Bernhard, “Film und Kunst. Em Momento an die Film Kulturtrager.” Frankfurter Zeitung, no. 660 (1920): 1-2.
Doesburg, Theo van. “Abstracte Filmbeelding.” De St1J14, no.5 (1921): 71-75. Reprint: Film als Film-1910 bis heute, ed. Birgit Hem and Wuif Herzogenrath. Cologne: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1977: 18.
Dorfles, Gillo. ‘Una mostra di Hans Richter a Milano.” Domus 376 (March 1961): 40-44.
Francalanci, Ernesto L. “Hans Richter e le vie dell ‘antidada.” Art Internations. The Lugano Review 15, no. 8 (October 1971): 36—37, 79.
Frenkel, Heinrich. Unsterblicher Film. Die grosse Chronik. Von derLaterna Magica bis zum Tonfilm. Munich: Kindler Verlag, 1956.
Friedlander-Mynona, Salomo. “Goethes Farbenhaler und die moderne Malerei.” In Berlin. Sammiung Gabrielson Göteborg. Erwerbungen 1922/23. Berlin, 1923: 7-10.
Gauthier, Paule. “Hans Richter: art-et-anti-art dada: un artiste-anartiste pionnier de l’art moderne.” Cunause, no.123-1 24 (May-October 1975): 10-21.
Gale, Mathiew. “Dada & Surrealism A&i (Art and Ideas)” Publisher: Phaidon.
Goll, Claire. “Ich verzeihe keinem.” Munich: Scherze, 1976.
Goodman, Ezra. “Dreams That Money Can Buy.” Dance 21, no. 2 (February 1947): 22-27, 50.
Gordon, Mel. “Dada Performance” PAJ Publications.
Gräff, Werner. “Concerning the So-Called G Group.” Art Journal 23, no. 4 (Summer 1964): 280-282.
Gray, Cleve. “Foreword.” In Richter, Hans Richter by Hans Richter, ed. Cleve Gray. New York: Holt, Reinhart, and Winston, 1971:8, 14-16.
Gray, Cleve. “Portrait: Hans Richter.” Art in America 56, no. 1 (January/February 1968): 48-55.
Gregor, Joseph. “Das Zeitalter des Films.” Rim Artystyevy. 2 (1937): 113.
Grohmann, Will. Untitled. La Città3 (June 1964): 51-52.
Grohmann, Will. “Hans Richter: peinture et cinema.” Apeiros, no. 6(1974): 62-64.
Habasque, Guy. “Hans Richter.”Aujourd’hui, no. 28 (September 1960): 42.
Habasque, Guy. “Hans Richter.” Quadrum. Revue internationale d’art moderne, no. 13(1962): 61-74.
Haftmann, Werner. “Postscript.” In Hans Richter, Dada, Kunst und Anti-Kunst. Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1964:220-228.
Hasenfratz, Doris. “Begegnung mit Hans Richter.” Sie und Er 35, no. 10 (March 1959): 24-25.
Hausmann, Raoul. “More on Group G.” Letter to the Editor. Art Journal 24, no. 4 (Summer 1965): 350-352.
Henkin Melzer, Annabella. Dada and Surrealist Performance (Paj Books).
Hilberseimer, Ludwig. “Bewegungskunst.” Sozialistische Monatshefte 56 (1921): 467—468. Also in Veshch (1922), ed. El Lissitzky. Reprint: Film als Film-1910 bis heute, ed.
Birgit Hem and WuIf Herzogenrath. Cologne: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1977: 19-20.
Hofacker, Marion von. “Foreword.” In G 1 923—1926, ed. Marion von Hofacker. Munich: Kern Verlag, 1986: 4.
Hoffmann, Justin. “Der Aktionsausschu(3 revolutionärer Künstler Münchens.” In Revolution und Rãtezeit in München, ed. Wolfgang Kehr. Munich: lnstitut für Zeitgeschichte, 1979. Also in München 1919: Bildende Kunst/ Fotografie der Revolutions- und Rätezeit, ed. Dirk Halfbrodt and Wolfgang Kehr. Munich: lnstitut für Zeitgeschichte, 1979: 21-75.
Hoffmann, Justin. “G-The First Modern Art Periodical in Germany.” In G 1923-1926, ed. Marion von Hofacker. Munich: Kern Verlag, 1986: 144 ff.
Hofmann, Werner. “Hans Richter.” Obituaries of academy members. Nachrufe, 1970-979 Akademie der Künste 4, vol. 4 (1970-1 979): 103-1 04.
Hofmann, Werner. Zeichen und Gestalt. Frankfurt am Main, 1957.
Huelsenbeck, Richard. “Encuento con Hans Richter.” Humbolt. 1960.
Huelsenbeck, Richard “Dada Almanac”,1920 Commissioned by the Central Office of the German Dada Movement. Translated by Atlas Press, London 1993
Hugnet, Georges. L’Aventure Dada, 19 16—1922. Paris: Galerie de ‘institut, 1956.
Hugnet, Georges. Dictionnaire Dada. Paris, 1961.
Jaffé, Hans L. C. Mondrian und De StijI. Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1967.
Janco, Marcel. “Gehopferischer Dada.” In George Wittenborn, Dada, Monographie einer Bewegegong, ed. Willy Verkauf, 1957: 26-49.
Jean, Marcel. “Hans Richter.” XXème Siècle, no. 16 (1959). Jordan, L. J. “Onze Vijfde Matinee.” Filmliga Amsterdam 3, no. 6 (March 1930): 73-75.
Kállai, Erno. “Konstruktivismus.” Jahrbuch derjungen Kunst 5 (1924).
Kerber, Bernhard. “Brief aus Berlin.” Art International 25 (1982): 55—63.
Kerényi, Magda. “Der Maler und Filmschopfer Hans Richter.” Journal für Kultur und Kritik (1976).
Kliemann, Helga. “Die Novembergruppe.” Bildende Kunst in Berlin 3 (1969): 291.
Kracauer, Siegfried. “Filming the Subconscious.” Theatre Arts 32, no. 2 (February 1948): 36. Also in exhibition catalogue Hans-Richter—Painting and Film. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970: 12.
Kurtz, Rudolf. “Expressionismus und Film.” In Die Lichtblldbühne, vol. 1 (Berlin: Hans Rohr Verlag, 1926). Reprint, ed. H. R Manz, Berlin: Verlag der Lichtbildbuhne, 1965:
98-100
Kyrou, Ado. Le surrealisme au cinema. Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1963.
Langlois, Henri. “L’avantgarde hier et aujourd’hui.” La Revue du Cinéma2, no. 11(1948): 43-49.
Langlois, Henri. “Notes sur l’histoire du cinema.” La Revue du Cinéma2, no. 15(1948).
Langsfeld, Wolfgang. “Hans Richter-em Pioner der modernen Künst.” Film-BUd-Ton 18, no. 2: 41-42.
Lawder, Standish D. “A Chronology of Abstract Film 1892- 1930.” Image (Cambridge, October 1965): 13-15.
Lawder, Standish D. The Cubist Cinema. Anthology Film Archives, series 1. New York: New York University Press, 1975.
Leiser, Erwin. “Hans-Richter-Endlich Entdeckt.” Du, die Kunstzeitschrift 4 (1982): 76-77.
Leiser, Erwin. “Ich Iebe in der Gegenwart—Versuch über Hans Richter.” Du, die Kunstzeitschrift5 (1980): 20-27.
Leiser, Erwin. “Malare och filmskapare. Om Hans Richter.” In Stockholms Tidningen (28 December 1965): 18-19.
Leiser, Erwin. Review of Wking Eggeling 1880-1925. by L. O’Konor. Neue Zürcher Zeitung (6 April 1972).
Lissitzky, El, and Hans Arp. Kunstismen. Erlenbach, Switzerland: Rentsche Verlag, 1925.
Lissitzky-Kuppers, Sophie, and Jens Lissitsky, eds. El Lissitsky-Proun und Wolkenbugel. Dresden, 1977.
Luft, Friedrich. “Rectangles Start Dancing.” Die Welt (22 March 1966). Also in Hans Richter Painting and Film. Exhibition Catalogue. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970: 4.
Lukach, Joan. Hula Rebay: In Search of the Spirit in Art. New York: George Braziller, 1983.
Mascioni, Grytzko. “II cinema.” L’Arte Moderna 14, no. 120 (1967): 81-120.
Mascioni, Grytzko. “Everyday: il film inedito di Hans Richter.” II Dramma 4 (April 1970): 68-74.
Mehring, Walter. Berlin Dada. Zurich: Arche Verlag, 1959: 89.
Mekas, Jonas. “Hans Richter on the Nature of Film Poetry.” Interview. Film Culture (1958): 5-8.
Mekas, Jonas. “A Visit with Hans Richter.” The Wllage News (New York, 1951): 91-93.
Miro, Ester de. “Hans Richter.” In Cine qua non. Florence: Vullecchi, 1979: 59-60.
Moholy-Nagy, László. “Problèmes du nouveau film.” Cahiers d’art 7, no. 6/7 (1932): 277-280.
Motherwell, Robert, ed. The Dada Painters and Poets. An Anthology. New York: Wittenborn and Schulz, 1951. Reprint: Boston: G. K. Hall, 1981.
Moussinac, Leon. Panoramique du cinema. Paris: Au Sans Pareil, 1929.
Mussman, Toby. “Early Surrealist Expression in Film.” Film Culture (1966): 7-17.
Noble, G. W. “Historical Development of the Animated Film.” International Photographer (March 1949).
O’Konor, Louise. “Viking Eggeling and Hans Richter.” In Viking Eggeling 1880-1925, Artist and Filmmaker. Life and Work. Stockholm: Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis,
Almquist and Wiskell, 1971: 57-71.
Passoni, Franco. “Le esperienze di Hans Richter.” Siprauno, no. 5 (September/October 1965): 107-114.
Pezzolato, Lietta, and Roberto Codroico. “Ribellione antinazifascita neIl’avanguardia di Richter.” Cinema Nuovo 20, no. 214 (November/December 1971): 432-439.
• Pezzolato, Lietta, and Roberto Codroico. “Richter e l’uomo visibile.” Cinema Nuovo 21, no. 218 (July/August 1972): 254.
Rapisarda, Giusi. “Dada al cinema.” In II dadaismo, ed. Silvia Danesi. Milan: Fratelli Fabbri Editori, 1977: 88-89.
Read, Herbert. “Introduction.” In Hans Richter by Hans Richter. ed. Marcel Joray. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Editions du Griffon, 1965: 5-7.
Read, Herbert. Untitled. La Città 3 (June 1964): 52-53. Also in Herbert Read, Hans Richter Painting and Film. Exhibition catalogue. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1970.
Reef, Betty. “Movies Go to College.” Popular Photography 18, no. 1 (January 1946): 73-78, 88-94.
Reef, Betty. “The New Avant-Garde Movie.” Vogue (15 April 1946): 156-7.
Reef, Betty, and Arthur Reef. “Artists Make a Movie.” Popular Photography (1947).
Ribemont Dessaignes, Georges. Déjà jadis. Paris: Julliard, 1958.
Rohe, Franz. Review of Dada, Monographie einer Bewegung, ed. Willy Verkauf. Das Kunstwerk 7, no. 13 (January 1960): 40.
• Rondolino, Gianni. “Oggi dipingo un film: il catalogo mondiale del film del pittori.” Bolaffi Arte 5, no. 37 (February 1974): 64.
Rotzler, Willy. “Experiment als Lebenselexier. Em Gesprach mit Hans Richter.” Die Weltwoche (6 March 1959).
Rotzler, Willy. “Kopfe und Hinterkopfe.” Review in DU 28 (March 1966): 216.
Rotzler, Willy. “Kunst und Künstler in Zurich 1914-1918.” DU Atlantis 26 (September 1966): 689-706.
Roudevitch, Michel. “A Dada with Hans Richter.” International Animated Film Festival: Annecy Festival, no. 2 (May 1971).
Roudevitch, Michel, and Raphael Bassan. “Se souvenir de Hans Richter.” Ecran, no. 58 (May 1977): 5-10.
Rukser, Udo. “Hans Richter.” Humboldt 11, no. 41 (1970): 28-32.
Sadoul, George. Les Pionniers du Cinema. Paris, 1955.
Samson, Jean Paul. “Pages de journal (April 26, 1940).” Temoins 9, no.27 (June 1961): 11-13.
Sanesi, Roberto. “Annotazioni sul linguaggio di Hans Richter.” In Hans Richter: Opera grafica dal 1902 al 1969. Pollenza: La Nuova Foglio, 1976: 1-181.
Sanesi, Roberto. “Del ritmo.” L’Europa letteraria e artistica 2 (February/March 1975).
Sanesi, Roberto. “Hans Richter: viaggio nella Iibertà.” Gala International 69 (December 1974): 95-102
Sanesi, Roberto. Introduction to Hans Richter: Opera grafica dal 1902 al 1969. Pollenza: La Nuova Foglio, 1976: xii-xv.
Sanesi, Roberto. “Prima V Annotazioni sul linguaggio di Hans Richter nella sua fase iniziale.” Le Arti 26, no. 3 (March 1976): 19-28.
Sanesi, Roberto. “Richter ultimo tempo.” Studio Marconi 5 (1976).
Sanouillet, Michel. II movimento dada. Milan: Fratelli Fabbri Editori, 1969.
Schifferli, Peter, ed. Dada: Die Geburt des Dada. Dichtung und Chronik der Gründer. Zurich: Verlag der Arche, 1957.
Schmidt, Georg. Der Film. Basel: Holbein Verlag, 1947.
Seaton, Mary. Serge] M. Eisenstein. New York, 1952.
Seuphor, Michel. “Au temps de l’avant-garde.” L’Oeil, no. 11 (November 1955): 24-39.
Seuphor, Michel. “Hans Richter.” L’artabstrait. Paris: Maeght, 1950: 311
Seuphor, Michel. “Paris—New York 1951.” Art d’Aujourd’hui 2, no. 6 (June 1951): 13-14.
Seuphor, Michel. “Richter’s Orchestrations.” Art Digest 28, no. 14(15 April 1954): 26.
Sheppard, Richard. “Dada and Politics.” In Studies of a Movement, ed. Richard Sheppard. Buckinghamshire, England: Alpha Academic, 1980: 39-74.
Sheppard, Richard. “Ferdinand Hardekopf und Dada.” Jahrbuch der deutschen SchiIIer-Gesellschaft 20 (1976): 132-161.
Sheppard, Richard. “Thirty-three Letters, Telegrams and Cards from Hans Richter to Tristan Tzara and Otto Flake (1917-1926).” In New Studies on Dada: Essays and Documents, ed. Richard Sheppard. Driffield, England: Hutton Press, 1981: 122-143.
Sherlock, M., and J. Goidworthy. “Cinema’s Free Spirit: Hans Richter, 1888-1976.” Film Criticism 11(1976): 39-42.
Starr, Cecile. “From the Abstract to the Concrete.” Film LibraiyQuarterly7l, no. 1(1974): 13-16.
Starr, Cecile. “Hans Richter.” In ExperimentalAnimation, ed. Robert Russett and Cecile Starr. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1976: 49-56.
Stevo, Jean. “Cinema surréaliste.” Film-Presse 4, no. 7/8 (December 1952): 7-8.
Stevo, Jean. “Hans Richter, poète, cinéaste et peintre.” Espaces, Documents XXe Siècle 2 (Winter 1973/74): 1-6.
Teige, Karl. “Zur Asthetik des Filmes.” Das Kunstblatt Berlin 9 (1925): 332-339.
Verdone, Mario. “Cinema surrealista.” Quintaparete, documenti del surrealismo, no. 1 (April 1971): 54-56.
Verkauf, Willy, ed. Dada Monograph of a Movement—Monographie einer Bewegnung-Monographie d’un mouvement. New York: George Wittenborn, 1957; Teufen, Switzerland: Arthur Niggli, 1958, 1961, 1965). Reedition: London, 1975.
Veronisi, Giulia. “La Bauhaus e l’arte astratta in Germania.” L’Arte Moderna 6, no. 50 (1966): 161-200.
Weaver, Mike. “Great Little Magazines: G,” in Form, no. 3(15 December 1966): 26-31. English translations of articles by Schwitters, Doesburg, and Mies van der Rohe that apeared in G, no. 3 (1924).
Weaver, Mike. “Hans Richter: Constructivist and Dadaist.” Image 2, no.6 (October 1965): 16.
Weinberg, Herman G. “Le culte de la platitude dans la critique cinématographique.” La Revue du Cinema 3, no. 17 (September 1948): 54-58.
Weinberg, Herman G. “Dreams That Money Can Buy. American Letter.” Sight and Sound 15, no. 60 (Winter 1946/47): 140.
Weinberg, Herman G. “Hans Richter.” In An Index to the Creative Work of Two Pioneers: I. Robert J. Flaherty II. Hans Richter. Special supplement to Sight and Sound, Index Series no.6 (1946): 10-15.
Weinberg, Herman G. “An Index to the Creative Work of Hans Richter.” Film Culture Magazine (1957): 8 pp. Revised to date from the preceding article.
Weinberg, Herman G. “30 Years of Experimental Film.” Films in Review2, no. 1 (December 1951): 227.
Weinstein, Joan. The End of Expressionism: Art and the November Revolution in Germany, 1918-19. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.
Werner, Theodor. Letter to Hans Richter. “Werner-Grohmann-Read.” La Città 3 (June 1964): 51.
Werner, Theodor. Untitled. La Città 3 (June 1964): 51-53.
Wolf, Friecirich. “Metall (Hennigsdorf), 1931.” Filmerzählungen, vol. 11, ed. Else Wolf and Walther Pollatscek. Berlin: Aufbau-Verlag, 1963: 15-37.
Wolf radt, Willi. “Grosse Berliner Kunstausstellung. November Gruppe.” Der Cicerone 5 (1923): 522-523.
Young, Vernon. “Films: The Fantasies of Hans Richter.” Arts Digest 29, no. 1 (October 1954): 19.
Young, Vernon. “Painter and Cinematographer.” Arts International 33, no. 9 (September 1959): 48-55.


Books Written about Hans Richter

“Hans Richter”
Authors: Rolf Szymanski, Director Akademie der Künste Berlin.
Felix A. Baumann, Director Kunsthaus Zürich.
Armin Zweite, Director, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus München.
Publisher: Frölich & Kaufman.

“Hans Richter: Activism, Modernism, and the Avant-Garde”.
Author: Stephen C. Foster
Publisher: The MIT Press

“Few artists spanned the movements of early twentieth-century art as completely as did Hans Richter. Richter was a major force in the developments of expressionism, Dada, De Stijl, constructivism, and Surrealism, and the creator, with Viking Eggeling, of the abstract cinema. Along with Theo van Doesburg, László Moholy-Nagy, El Lissitzky, and a few others, he is one of the artists crucial to an understanding of the role of the arts in the reconstruction era following World War I.

Most American scholars have focused on Richter’s film work and have favored a strictly formalist approach that separates art and politics. The contributors to this book rewrite Richter’s history to include his pivotal role in the development of the early twentieth-century avant-garde and his political activism. When Richter’s work, particularly that of his earlier, European career, is viewed in its historical and political context, he emerges as an artist committed to the power of art to change the fabric of social, political, and cultural affairs”.


Masters, Theses and Ph.D. Dissertations on Hans Richter

Hoffmann, Justin. “Veränderungen der Erzáhlstruktur rn Werk von Hans Richter 1916—1 926.” M.F.A. thesis, University of Munich, April 1986.
Hossmann, Gisela. “Hans Richter 1888—1976. Das blidnerische Werk.” Ph.D. diss., University of Cologne, 1985.
Kiefner, Viola. “Hans Richter (1888—1976). Zur Wechselbeziehung von Bud und Musik bzw. Ton in semen Zeichnungen, Bildern und Filmen.” M.F.A. thesis, University of Hamburg, 1988.
Lass, Barbara. “Hans Richter: Film Artist.” Video interviews with Cecile Starr, Ursula Lawder, Standish Lawder, Bill Judson, Jonas Mekas, Don Crafton, Cleve Gray, and Arnold Eagle. M.F.A. thesis, New York University, 1982.
Weinek, Christian. “Emil Szittya. Leben und Werk im deutschen Sprachraum. 1886-1927.” Ph.D. diss., Salzburg University, 1987.
Zurhake, Monika. “Filmische Realitãtsaneignung. Em Beitrag zur Filmtheorie, mitAnalysen von Filmen Viking Eggelings und Hans Richters.” Ph.D. diss., Heidelberg, 1982.


Articles, Essays, Poems and Interviews by Hans Richter
(Chronological order)
“Nebel.” Les Hommes Nouveaux-Neue Menschen, no. 1 (1911). Richter uses pseudonym.
“Die Moral.” Les Hommes Nouveaux-Neue Menschen, no.2 (1912). With pseudonym.
“Vorwort.” In XXIX Collective Exhibition. H. Richter, 0. Strohmeyer, L. Vorel (7 June-8 July 1916). Exhibition catalogue. Munich: Galerie Hans Goltz, 1916.
“Em Maler spricht zu den Malern.” In Zeit-Echo 3, no. 1 and 2 (May/June 1917): 3-5, 19-23, illus. p. 15. Also in Sankt Ziegenzack springt aus dem Ei, from the series Texte, Bilder und Dokumente zum Dadaismus in Zurich, Berlin, Hannover und Koln, ed. K. Schuhmann. Leipzig/Weimar: Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1991: 105-109. Also in Hans Richter by Hans Richter, ed. Cleve Gray (excerpt in English), p.31.
“Gegen ohne für Dada.” In Dada 4/5: Anthologie Dada, ed. T. Tzara (February 1919): 26. Reprint: Rome/Milan: Mazzotta, Arturo Schwarz, 1970; Nice: Centre du XXO siècle, 1976, ed. Michel Sanouillet, p. 83.
“Manifest Radikaler Künstler. Zurich.” Neue ZurcherZeitung, 4 May 1919. Reprint: Neue ZurcherZeitung, 28 July 1979. Horizont-Flugschriften. Ed. Emil Szittya, Karl Lohs, and Hans Richter. Vienna/Berlin, 1919.
“Prinzipielles zur Bewegungskunst.” De Stijl4, no. 7 (1921): 109-112. Reprint: De Stijl2 1921-1932, ed. Ad Petersen, Amsterdam/The Hague: Athenaeum, Bert Bakker, 1968:
81-89; and Hans L. C. Jaffé, Mondrian und De StijI, Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1967: 135-137.
“Erklarung der internationalen Fraktion der Konstruktivisten des ersten internationalen Kongresses der fortschrittlichen Künstler. Düsseldorf.” 30 May 1922. Signed: Hans
Richter, El Lissitzky, T. van Doesburg. De Stifl 5, no. 4 (1922): 59-65. Reprint: De Stijl2 1921-1932, ed. Ad Petersen, Amsterdam/The Hague: Athenaeum, Bert Bakker, 1968: 203-204. Also as “Nyilatkozat, felolvastatott a haladó müvészek internacionáléjanak düsseldorfi kongresszusàn” MA7, no. 8 (1922): 63.
“Film.” De Still 5, no. 6 (1922): 91-92. Reprint: De Stifl 2 1 921-1932, ed. Ad Petersen, Amsterdam/The Hague: Athenaeum, Bert Bakker, 1968:228; and Hans L. C. Jaffé, Mondrian und Do StJ1, Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1967: 171-173.
“K. I. Konstruktivistische Internationale schapferische Arbeitsgemeinschaft.” (Weimar) September 1922. Signed: Theo van Doesburg, Hans Richter, El Lissitsky, Karel Maes, Max Burchartz. De Still 5 (1922), 113-119. Reprint: De StijI 2 1921-1932, ed. Ad Petersen, Amsterdam/The Hague: Athenaeum, Bert Bakker, 1968: 247-250.
Letter to Tristan Tzara, dated 2 December 1922. Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris, Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris. Also in Film a/s Film-1910 bis heute, ed. Birgit Hem and WuIf Herzogenrath, Cologne: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1977: 23.
“Film.” De StijI 6, no. 5 (1923): 65-66. Reprint: Do Still 2 192 1-1932, ed. Ad Petersen, Amsterdam/The Hague: Athenaeum, Bert Bakker, 1968:377; and Hans L. C. Jaffé, Mondrian und De Still, Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1967: 188-189.
“Konstruktivizmus.” MA 8, no. 9-10 (1923): 4-5. G. Zeitschrift für elementare Gestaltung. Ed. Hans Richter. Nos. 1—5/6 (1923—26). Reprint: ed. Marion von Hofacker, Munich: Kern Verlag, 1986. An author index to the five issues appears as “Great Little Magazines, G,” Form, no. 3 (15 December 1966): 26—31.
“Material zur elementaren Gestaltung.” G, no. 1 (July 1923): 1-2; no. 3 (June 1924): 1-3.
“Die Eroberung der Maschinen.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 24.
“Prag.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 28.
“Die schlecht trainierte Seele.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 34-37. Reprint also in Richard Huelsenbeck, ed., Dada-Eine literarische Dokumentation, Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1964: 96-100. English version: “The Badly Trained Sensibility,” Image 2, no.6 (October 1965): 18-19.
“Kurt Schwitters.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 47.
“Arp.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 9.
“De Stiji.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 58.
“L’Esprit Nouveau.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 60.
“DerQuerschnitt.” C, no.3 (June 1924): 61.
“An den Konstruktivismus.” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 62.
“Der neue Baumeister.” Qualität, Internationale Propaganda. Zeitschrift für Qualitatserzeugnisse 4, no. 1/2 (January! February 1925).
‘Rhythm.” Little Review (Winter 1926): 21.
“Vorwort.” C, no.4 (March 1926): 1.
“Arp und die elementare Gestaltung.” G, no. 4 (March 1926): 9.
“Die Kunst von heute: Ausstellung abstrakter Kunst. Paris. December 1925.” G, no. 4 (March 1926): 11-14.
“Viking Eggeling.” G, no. 4 (March 1926): 14-16.
“Filmmanifesto.” [Signed “G.”] G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 1-2.
“Notes.” C, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 6.
“Dimension.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 8.
“Teil einer Partitur zu dem Film Rhythmus 25.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 11.
“Fuge aus einem absoluten Film (I).” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 17.
“Die eigentliche Sphãre des Films.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 18.
“Kitsch ist nahrhaft.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 20.
“Bisher.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 23.
“Geschichte ist das, was heute geschieht.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 24.
“Die reine Form ist die Natürliche.” C, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 27-8.
“Die Nutte siegt.” G, no. 5/6 (April 1926): 31.
“Kino und Kultur.” Weekly page, ed. Johannes M. Richter, in Tagliche Rundschau (Berlin), 28 December 1926—1 April 1928. [Almost all of the articles for this page are signed “R”, “H. R.” or “R The name Johannes M. Richter is identical with the name appearing on official documents belonging to Hans Richter. According to Richter (in Käpfe undHinterkäpte, p. 173), he was art, music, and film editor of the Tagliche Rundschau.
“Neue Mittel der Filmgestaltung.” Die Form. 4, no. 3 (1929): 53-6. Reprint: Die Form, ed. Felix F. Schwartz, Frank Gloor, Gütersloh: Bertelsmann, 1969: 230-32; and Die
Zwanziger Jahre. Manifeste und Dokumente Deutscher Kuntler, ed. Uwe M. Schneede, Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1979: 259-62.
“Aufgaben elnes Filmstudios.” Die Form 4, no. 3 (1929): 72.
“Der absolute Film braucht die Industrie.” An interview with Hans Richter. Film-Kurierl0, no. 6 (5 January 1929).
“Avantgarde im Bereich des Möglichen.” Flim-Kurier, special issue entitled Zehn Jahre FiIm-Kurier(1 June 1929).
“Film von Morgen” Das Werk 16, no. 9 (1929): 278-84. Polish translation as “Film Jutra,” Praesens, no. 2 (May 1930): 160- 65.
“Der Moderne Film.” Fl/mugs Amsterdam 3, no. 6 (March 1930).
“Richtigstellung.” Lichtbildbuhne (April 1930). Reply to a review of one of Richter’s lectures in FlIm-Kurier (8 March 1930).
“L’objet en mouvement.” Cercle et Carré (Paris), no. 3 (June 1930). Reprint: Cercle et Carré, ed. Michel Seuphor, Paris, 1971: 133-1 35.
“Letter” by Hans Richter to the editor on the filming of “Romance Sentimentale.” Film-Kurier 12, no. 212 (8 September 1930).
“Der Film—eine Ware.” ArbeiterbUhne und Film, no. 4 (1931): 24-26. Reprint: Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1974.
“Von der statischen zur dynamischen Form.” Plastique (Paris), no. 2 (1937): 12-18. Reprint: Richard Huelsenbeck, ed., Dada, eine literarische Dokumentation, Rein-beck: Rowholt Verlag, 1964: 250-252.
“Kulturfilm als Kunst.” Der Geistesarbeiter. Organ des Schweiz. Schrittsteller-vereins und gesellschaft Schweiz. Dramatiker 17 (April 1938): 49-56.
“La vie courte mais féconde du film d’avant garde.” Unpubcuments lished manuscript, dated July 1939. 6 pp.
“Wahrheit im Film.” Neue ZurcherZeitung, 14 January 1940. Advance excerpt from Der Kampf urn den Film.
“Urkino.” Neue ZurcherZeitung, 25 February 1940. Advance excerpt from Der Kampf urn den Film.
“Urkino II.” Neue ZurcherZeitung, 21 April 1940. Advance excerpt from Der Kampf urn den Film.
“Der Film Essay: Eine neue Form des Dokumentarfilms.” Nationalzeitung, supplement, 25 May 1940. Reprint: Schreiben Bilder Sprechen, ed. Christa Blumlinger and Constantin Wulif, Vienna: Sonderzahl, 1992: 195.
“Quelques instants avec Hans Richter avant son depart pour l’Amerique.” Interview with Serge Lang. La Revue de l’Ecran (Paris) 4 (3 April 1941): 387-B, col. 5.
“Post-War Planning and Documentary Film.” Unpublished manuscript, 1941. 11 pp.
“Die Entwicklung des politische Film.” Deutsche Blätter2, no. 1(1944): 21-24, and 2, no. 2 (1944): 17-20. In collaboration with Jat Leuda. Reprint: Karsten Witte, ed., Theorie des Kinos Traum fabrik, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1972: 61-78.
“Cinema américain d’avant-garde.” Style en France. Special issue of Cinema, no. 4 (July-September 1946): 96-97.
“Voir du merveilleux.” La Revue du Cinema 2, no. 7 (1947): 15-18. Reprint: Pierre Lherminier, L’Art du cinema, Paris, 1960: 468.
“A History of the Avantgarde.” In Art in Cinema, ed. Frank Stauffacher. San Francisco: Art in Cinema Society, San Francisco Museum of Art, 1947: 6-21.
“Avantgarde Film in Germany.” In Experiment in the Film, ed. Roger Manvell. London: Grey Walls Press, 1949. Reprint: New York: Arno Press, 1970: 218-233. German version:
“Der avantgardistische Film in Deutschland (von 1921— 1951),” Cineaste special issue of
Deutsche Filrntage Gättingen (1953): 13—23. Also in Italian as “II cinema d’avanguardia
in Germania.” L’occhio tagliato, docurnenti del cinema dadaista e surrealista. Edition Martano. No. 10 (1972): 92.
“The Avantgarde Film Seen from Within.” Hoilywood Quarterly4, no. 1 (Fall 1949): 34-41.
“Hans Richter. Painter-Film Producer”. Collection of the Société Anonyme. Museum of Modern Art 1920. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1950: 171-1 72.
“Minnesord.” In the exhibition catalogue Viking Eggeling 1880-1925. Technare och filmkonstuar. Stockholm, 27 October-19 November 1950: 9-10.
“Dada X Y Z.” In The Dada Painters and Poets, ed. Robert Motherwell. New York: Wittenborn, Schultz, 1951: 283-290. Originally written in 1948.
“The Film as an Original Art Form.” College Art Journal 10, no. 2 (1951): 157-161. German version: “Der Film als selbstandige Kunstform,” in the exhibition catalogue Hans
Richter Maler und Filmschäpfer, Berlin: Akademie der Künste, 1967: 3-9. Also in Avantgardistischer Film 1951-1971, ed. Gottfried Schlemmer, Munich: Hanser Verlag,
1973: 16-18. French version: “Un art original. Le film.” Cahiers du Cinema 2, no. 10 (March 1952): 11-15. Italian version: “II film arte originale.’ Sette Arte (Ivrea) 1, no. 1 (1952): 73-74.
“II film come forma d’arte originale.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 4 (April 1951): 29-30.
“Anatomie de l’avant-garde.” L’Age du Cinema (Paris), no. 3 (June/July 1951): 3-6.
“Histoire de l’avant-garde allemande 1918-1930.” L’Age du Cinéma (Paris), no. 6 (1951): 20-24. A revised version of “Avantgarde Film in Germany.”
“Vita privata del movimento ‘dada’ 191 6—1918.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 7 (January 1952): 16-21.
“Easel-Scroll-Film.” Magazine of Art 45 (February 1952): 78-86.
“Film and Painting.” College Art Journalll (1952): 10-14.
“Funzione del cinema sperimentale.” Cinema, no. 97 (No-vember 1952): 222-226.
“Il film di avanguardia il film astratto e il futurismo.” Cinema Italiano, no. 12 (December 1953): 39-44. Original manuscript, “The Avantgardefilm and Futurism,” July 1953, 5 pp. This is a reply to Antonio Giullo Bragaglia, “Richter e futuristi,” Cinema Italiano, no. 3 (1953).
“Max Ernst: sincerità-serietà-immaginazione-gioia.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 19/20 (April 1954): 32-36.
“Otto stone sugli scacchi.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 22 (September/October 1954): 15-20.
“Film as an Original Art Form.” Film Culture 1, no. 1 (January 1955): 19-23. Reprint: Film: A Montage of Theories, ed. Richard Dyer MacCann, New York, 1966: 180-186; Film
Culture Reader, ed. P. Adams Sitney, New York, 1970: 15-20.
“Eight Free Improvisations on the Game of Chess.” Film Culture 1, no. 1 (January 1955): 36-38.
“Frank Stauffacher.” Film Culture 1, no. 5/6 (Winter 1955): 4-5.
“8 x 8. Hans Richter’s Latest Experimental Film.” Film Culture 1, no. 5/6 (Winter 1955): 17-19.
“Theory and Experiment in the Modern Film.” In Erkenntnis und Aktion. Vortrage und Gesprache des Europaischen Forums Alpbach 1955. Berlin: Otto Molden, 1955: 190-204.
“In Memory of Two Friends: Fernand Léger 1881-1955.” College Art Journal l5, no. 4(1956): 340-343.
“In Memory of Two Friends: Yves Tanguy.” Coilege Art Journall5, no. 4(1956): 343-346.
“Fernand Leger.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 27 (March 1956): 5-6. Identical to “In Memory of Two Friends.”
“Yves Tanguy.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 27 (March 1956): 27-28. Identical to “In Memory of Two Friends.”
“8 x 8—An Interview with Hans Richter by Gideon Bachmann.” Film and TV Music 16, no. 2 (Winter 1956): 19-20.

“Dada and the Film.” In Dada. Monograph of a Movement— Monographie einer Bewegnung—Monographie d’un mouvement, ed. Willy Verkauf. New York: George Wittenborn, 1957: 64-73. Teufen, Switzerland: Arthur Niggli, 1958, 1961, and 1965: 57-66.

“Beginnings of German Abstraction.” In The World of AbstractArt. New York: The American Abstract Artists, 1957: 3740.
“30 Years of Film Poetry. Self-Expression and Communication.” Unpublished manuscript, c. 1957. 8 pp.
“Hans Richter on the Nature of Film Poetry. An Interview by Jonas Mekas.” Film Culture 3, no. 11(1957): 5-8.
“8 X 8.” Cinema Nuovo4, no. 113(Septemberl957): 118-119.
“Al posto del cannone Ia macchina da scrivere.” Cinema Nuovo4, no. 114-115 (September 1957): 164-165.
“Film as a Part of Modern Art.” Unpublished essay by Hans Richter submitted for Graham Foundation Grant. New York, 1958. 2 pp.
“Filmen son konstform.” In Apropá Eggeling, ed. K. G. Hulten. Stockholm, 1958: 8-14.
“Om Viking Eggeling.” In Aprop Eggeling, ed. K. G. Hultén. Stockholm, 1958: 15-17.
“8 X 8.” Brochure to the film Fifth Avenue Theatre. New York, 1958.
“A Clowning out of the Void.” Review of the U.S. edition of Willy Verkauf’s Dada. Monograph of a Movement. Saturday Review, 1 February 1958: 20.
“Glorified Juke Box and Activated Sound.” Herald Tribune. March 1958. Manuscript: 4ff.
“On the Function of Film History Writing.” Film Culture 4, no. 3 (April 1958). Entire sequel, no. 18: 25-26.
“Der Zufall.” In Dada. Dokumentation einer Bewegung, ed. K. H. Hering and E. Rathke. Exhibition catalogue. Düsseldorf: Kunstverein für die Rheinland und Westfalen, Kunsthalle, 1958: 104-105.
“Dada ist tot, es lebe Dada.” Magnum 22 (February 1959): 11-12.
“Experiment als Lebenselexier. Em Gesprach mit Hans Richter von Willy Rotzler.” Die Weltwoche 27, no. 1321 (1959): 5.
“Peinture et film.” XXe Siècle 21, no. 12 (May/June 1959): 25-28.
“Gesprach mit Hans Richter von Friedrich Bayl.” Art International3, no. 1-2 (1959): 54-55.
“Von der Malerei zum Film.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 20 June 1959.
“Letter to Piero Dorazio”, dated 27 July 1959. In Piero Dorazio. Exhibition catalogue. St. Gallen: Galerie Im Erker, 28 May-16 July 1966.
“Letter to Walter Mehring”, dated March 1959. In Walter Mehring, Berlin Dada. Zurich: Arche Verlag, 1959: 89-90.
“Vorwort.” In Adrien de Menasce exhibition catalogue (10 February-12 March 1960). Zurich: Galerie Charles Lienhard, 1960: 3-4.
“Dada Profiles.” In Arts Yearbook, vol. 5: Perspectives on the Arts, ed. Hilton Kramer. New York: Art Digest, 1961: 11-36. Excerpts on Duchamp, Lehmbruck, Ball, Hennings, Grosz, Tzara, Huelsenbeck, Baader, van Doesburg, Man Ray, Schwitters.
“Dichter, Denker, Dadaisten.” DU 21, no. 242 (April 1961): 55-57. Advance publication of Dada-Profile.
“Intervju med Hans Richter with L. Sjoberg.” Konstrevy 37, no. 3(1961): 88-93.
“Be Be (= Bewegte Bewegung).” Blätter und Bilder. Zeitschrift für Dichtung, Musik und Malerei, no. 13 (March/May 1961): 48-53.
“Je ne suis pas un cinéaste Positif. Revue do Cinema, no. 40 (July 1961): 1-3.
“From Interviews with Hans Richter during the Last Ten Years.” (By Jonas Mekas, Gideon Bachmann, and with the Danish Film Museum.) Film Culture, no. 31 (Winter 1963/64): 26-35. Excerpt in Film als Film-1910 bis heute, ed. Birgit Hem and WuIf Herzogenrath, Cologne: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1977: 21.
“Introduzione a Dadascope’.” La Città 3 (June 1964): 53-54.
“Dadaismo-surrealismo-cinema sperimentale.” La Città 3 (June 1964): 59-68.
“Dalla pittura moderna al cinema moderno.” La Biennale di Venezia, no. 54 (September 1964): 3-13.
“My Experience with Movement in Painting and Film.” In The Nature and Art of Motion, ed. Gyargy Kepes. Vision and Value Series. New York: George Braziller, 1965. German version: “Meine Erfahrungen mit Bewegung in Malerei und Film,” in Wesen und Kunst der Bewegung, ed. Gyorgy Kepes, Brussels: La Connaissance, 1969: 142-156.
“Témoignages: Hans Richter.” Etudes Cinématoraphiques, no. 38-39 (1965): 55-56.
“Arp se levant derriere un nuage.” In Jean Arp-Hans Richter. Exhibition catalogue. Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1965.
“The Badly Trained Sensibility.” Image 2, no. 6 (October 1965): 18-19. Originally published in German as “Die schlechttrainierte Seele,” G, no. 3 (June 1924): 34-37.
“Stolpern.” Neue ZurcherZeitung, 5 February 1966, morning issue, pp. 5/6.
Introduction to “Great Little Magazines, G.” Form, no. 3 (15 December 1966): 27.
“Le origini del film astratto.” L’Arte Moderna 6, no. 54 (1966): 367-371.
“Bemerkungen zu meinen Arbeiten.” Hamburger Fllmgespräche III. Hamburg: Hamburger Gesellschaft für Filmkunde, 1967: 19-24.
“Begegnungen in Berlin.” In Avantgarde Osteuropa 1910— 1930. Exhibition catalogue. Berlin: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst/Akademie der Künste, October/November 1967: 13-21.
“Letter to Helga Kliemann”, dated 25 November 1967. In Helga Kliemann, “Die Novembergruppe.” Bi!denkunst in Berlin 3 (1969): 78. Reprint: Kunst-Metropole Berlin 19 18-1933, ed. B. Schrader and J. Schebera. Berlin and Weimar: Aufbau-Verlag, 1987: 45-46.
“Step by Step.” Studies in the Twentieth Century, no. 2 (Fall 1968): 7-20. Also in Form, no. 9 (April 1969): 21-25.
“L’avant-garde allemande des années vingt.” Carl Mayer e l’Expressionismo. Rome: Edizioni di Bianco e Nero, 1968: 169-174.
“In Memory of Marcel Duchamp.” Form, no. 9 (April 1969): 4-5.
“Ich über mich.” Civilté delle macchine. Rivista bimestrale di cultura contemporanea 17, no. 3 (May-June 1969): 37-48.
“In Memory of a Friend (Marcel Duchamp).” Art in America 57, no.4 (July-August 1969): 40-41.
“Foreword” and two color lithographs [based on Giuseppe Ungaretti’s text “Ultimi con per La Terra Promessa”. In Images and Words. Translated by Paul Celan. Milan: M’Arte
edizioni, 1970.
“Reflections on Dymos.” Poem in exhibition catalogue. Milan: Galleria del Naviglio, 24 October-8 November 1970.
“The World between the Ox and the Swine. Dada Drawings by Hans Richter.” Bulletin of Rhode Island School of Design 57, no. 3-4 (August 1971): 56 pp. Exhibition catalogue with interview between Daniel Robbins and Hans Richter.
“Pittura moderna: cinema moderno 1910—1970/Modern Painting: Modern Film 1910-1970. Dynamism and Kine-tism.” Quintaparete. Documenti del surrealismo, no. 3 (January 1972): 8-10, 12-13.
“Viking Eggeling.” Studio International Journal of Modern Art 183, no. 942 (March 1972): 9799
“Marcello Pirro.” Poem in exhibition catalogue Hans Richter/Pirro. Venice: Edizione Cooperativa Libreria Università, 1972.
“Massimo de Stefani.” In exhibition catalogue. Turin: Galleria L’Approdo, 9-23 January 1973: 8.
“Hans Richter et le futurisme.” Espaces. Documents XXe Siècle 2 (Fall 1973/74): 7-8.
“Der Film als selbstandige Kunstform.” In Avantgardistischer Film 1951-1971: Theorie, ed. G. Schlemmer. Munich: Carl Hanser Verlag, 1973: 16.
“Si.” Poem in exhibition catalogue Walter Valentini l’assessorato aila cultura. Urbino: in collaborazione con Ia stamperia Posterula, 1975.
Jay E. Kent. Exhibition catalogue. Turin: L’ApprodoArte Moderno, 1975.
“The First Day,” “Fullfilment,” “Counter, counter.” Poems in L’Europa letteraria e artistica 1, no. 2 (February/March 1975): 96-98.
“The Private Life of an Arrow.” Poem in Early Form Sequences 1927-1932 Kurt Kranz.
Hamburg: Verlag Hans Christians/Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1975: 7
“ I miei primi incontri con l’amico Federico Fellini.” Cinema Nuovo 15, no. 240 (March/April 1976): 101-103.
“Chaos.” Stereo Headphones, no. 7 (1976): 38-39.
“Mostra personale di Massimo de Stefani.” In Massimo de Stefani exhibition pamphlet, no. 154. Turin, Galleria L’Approdo, 16 April-8 May 1977
Books, Pamphlets Written by Hans Richter
“Dada Art and Anti-Art”
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Thames & Hudson.
Translated by David Britt.



“One of the best and most consistently interesting documents on this extraordinary movement that has been published.” — The Sunday Times

“A first-rate history, objective and sober.” — The Times

“Hans Richter is the ideal chronicler.” — The Guardian

“Where and how Dada began is almost as difficult to determine as Homer’s birthplace,” writes Hans Richter, the artist and filmmaker closely associated with this radical movement from its earliest days. Here he records and traces Dada’s history, from its inception in wartime Zurich, to its collapse in Paris in the 1920s when many of its members were to join the Surrealist movement, to the present day when its spirit re-emerged in the 1960s in movements such as Pop Art. This absorbing eye witness narrative is enlivened by extensive use of Dada documents, illustrations and texts by fellow Dadaists. The complex personalities, relationships and contributions of, among others, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Picabia, Arp, Schwitters, Hausmann, Duchamp, Ernst and Man Ray, are vividly brought to life.

“Hans Richter by Hans Richter”
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Holt Reinhart Winston
A stunning visual presentation of Richter’s works, including 125 b/w plates and 16 pages of colour plates. Hans Richter is universally known as a filmmaker, sculptor, painter and writer. From his student days to the making of the first abstract film to the 1970s, he strived for reconciliation between conflicting tendencies of liberty and order, chaos and structure, spontaneity and deliberation. This illustrates the life and work of a man who expresses his passion for life and for art with an outpouring of objects.
Illustrated volume of memoirs and a selection of magazine articles, essays, and poems by Richter.
“Hans Richter Pioneer of Dada and the Experimental Film”
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Thames & Hudson, London
“The Struggle for the Film” Towards a socially responsible cinema.
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Wildwood House.
Translated by Ben Brewter.
“Dada 1916-1966” Documents of the International Dada Movement.
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Goethe-Institut, Munich.
Translations in German/English/French. “Dada was once a social scandal; today it is a page of history. It represented an epoch more even than the war—to spite which the first Dadaists gathered in Zurich in 1916. “
“Hans Richter, art 1905-1966”
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Finch College Museum of Art.
“Sur Dada” Essai sur l’Experience Dadaiste de l’Image. Entretiens avec Hans Richter.
Authors: Hans Richter and Philippe Sers.
Publisher: Editions Chambon, Nimes.
“Hans Richter Introduction By Sir Herbert Read”
Author: Hans Richter.
Publisher: Editions du Griffon, Neuchatel.
“Universelle Sprache”.
Pamphlet written in collaboration with Viking Eggeling. Forst in der Lausitz, 1920. Probably no longer extant.
“Filrngegner von heute—Filmfreunde von morgen”.
Written in collaboration with Werner Graft. Programmatic text for the film section of the Stuttgart Werkbund exhibition of 18 May-17 July 1929. Berlin: Hermann Reckendorf Verlag, 1929. Reprint: H. R Manz ed., Filmwissenschaftliche Studientexte II, Zurich: Hans Rohr Verlag, 1968. Reedition: introduction by Walter Schobert, Frankfurt: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, 1981.
“Film: Gisteren, heden, morgen”.
Pamphlet written for the Dutch Filmliga. Special edition of the review Filrnliga Amsterdam8 (1935), no. 7/8.
“Der Kampf um den Film”. Written in Carabietta, Switzerland, 1934-39. Ed. Jurgen Römhild. Munich: Carl Hanser, 1976.
Reedition: Frankfurt: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, 1979.
Foreign language editions: Moscow, 1981, and The Struggle for the Film: Toward a Socially Responsible Cinema, New York: Scolar Press, 1986.
“Film and Progress”. Not published in full; published in part in the Neue Zurcher Zeitung. American version of Der Kampf um den Film, prepared in collaboration with Herman Weinberg, New York, 1939—42.
“Dreams That Money Can Buy”. Program pamphlet. Texts by Man Ray, Louis Applebaum, John Cage, Richard Huelsenbeck, Siegfried Kracauer, J. Sweeny. New York: Films International of America, 1947.
“The Minotaur”: A Film Project. Pamphlet. New York: H. R. Productions, 1951.
“Dada-Profile”, in the series Sammlung Horizont. Zurich: Die Arche Verlag, 1961.
“Dada, Kunst und Antikunst”. Cologne: DuMont Verlag, 1964. Third, revised, and expanded edition, 1973. Foreign editions: London: Thames & Hudson, 1966; New York: McGraw-Hill, 1965; Brussels: Editions de La Connaissance, 1965; Tokyo: Bijutsu shuppan-sha, 1966; Milan: Mazzotta, 1966; Buenos Aires, 1973.
“Hans Richter, Monographie”. Ed. Marcel Joray for the series Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Illustrated volume of a selection of Richter’s work and an autobiographical text. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Editions du Griffon, 1965.
“Dada 1916-1966”. Dokumente der internationalen Dada118 Bewegnung. Munich: Goethe Institute, 1966. Catalogue to the Goethe Institute DADA” exhibition. Compiled with commentary by Hans Richter.
“Kopfe und Hinterkopfe”. Zurich: Die Arche Verlag, 1967.
“Begegnungen von Dada bis heute. Briefe, Dokumente, Erinnerungen”. Cologne: DuMont Schauberg, 1973. The English translation has not been published.
“Hans Richter: Opera grafica dal 1902 al 1969”. Ed. Olivio Galassi. Pollenza: La Nuova Foglio, 1976. Illustrated volume of graphic works and annotations on Richter’s life and work.
“Le Teste di Hans Richter, 1960-1965”. Designs, thoughts and poetry, compiled by Sergio Grandini. Lugano: Stampatore G. Topi, 1977.

 




Awards Received by Hans Richter

In Richter’s life, he had received eight publicly recognized awards; one was received twice, making a total of nine awards.

• 1947: The International Prize for Film of Venice.

• 1956: R.J. Flaherty Award of New York.

• 1964: Cross of Merit from the German Government.

• 1966: R.J. Flaherty Award of New York.

• 1973: Big Cross of Merit from the German Government

• 1967: Honorary Member Society for Film in Hamburg.

• 1967: Art Prize of the City of Berlin.

• 1971: Member of Academy of Art and Science in Berlin

• 1971: Member of the International Film Festival in Berlin in 1971.

 

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Hans Richter Works in Public Collections




Works in the Peggy Guggenheim Collection:
Dada Head (Dadakopf), 1918
Ink on paper, 27.2 x 15.7 cm
Dada Head (Dadakopf), 1923
Oil on canvas, mounted on wood, approximately 28 x 16.6 cm.
Works in the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Beaubourg:
Nu assis, 1915
Encre de chine sur papier, 26,5 x 20,8 cm
Autoportrait visionnaire, 1917
Huile sur toile, 53 x 38 cm
Portrait de Arp, 1918
Crayons de couleur sur papier, 20,8 x 16,3 cm
Libération de Paris, 1944-1945
Huile et collage sur toile, 245 x 95 cm
Works in the Kunsthaus Zürich :
Blauer Mann, 1917
Oil on Canvas, 61 x 48.5 cm
Café Odéon, 1917
Brush and pen in black ink and white on vellum, 24.2 x 30.4 cm
(On the cover of a furniture brochure)
Correr der Blaubart, 1917
Ink on paper, 27.5 x 21.4 cm
Groteske (Die Welt den Ochsen und den Schwinen), 1917
Pen in ink on celluloid paper, 27.1 x 20.1 cm
Kaiser Wilhelm als Befehlshaber des Todes, 1917
Ink over colored pencil on celluloid paper, 27.7 x 21.6 cm
Der Fr(e)ie Verlag, 1917
Pen and brush in ink and white on vellum, 27.8 x 21.8 cm
Dada-Kopf, 1917
Black ink and gouache on paper, 26.7 x 21 cm
Portrait of Walter Serner, 1917
Pencil on paper,
Works in the Staatliche Museen Preussisher Kulturbesitz, Nationalgalerie, Berlin :
– 10 Studies for Präludium
Pencil on paper, 9 are 84/85.9 x 50.9/51.5 cm, the last is 100 x 58.7 cm
Study for Präludium, 1919
Pencil on paper, 54 x 39 cm
Präludium, page 6, 1919
Pencil on paper
Works in the Neuberger Museum of Art:
Ku’damm, 1913
Oil on Canvas, 53 x 38 cm.
Dada-Kopf (Alfred Wolfenstein), 1917
Watercolor on paper, 26.7 x 20.3 cm
Work in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art:
Musik, 1916
Linoleum cut from the cover of Die Aktion.
Works in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institute, Washington:
Stalingrad ( Sieg im Osten), 1943/44
Vertical scroll, Collage and oil on canvas, 90.7 x 479.6 cm
– 2 studies for Stalingrad, 1943
– Plus 60 other works
Work in Berlinische Galerie:
Revolution, 1914
Oil on Board, 63.5 x 48 cm
Works in the Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano:
Lokomotivseele/Visionary Portrait, 1916-17
Oil on Canvas, 53.4 x 38.2 cm
Rhythmus 23, 1923
Horizontal Scroll, oil on canvas, 70 x 420 cm
Work in the Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau:
Cello, 1914
Oil on Board, 64 x 46 cm
– Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris, Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet, ParisStalingrad, 1946
Tempera and collage, 94 x 512 cm
Work in the Museo d’Arte Contemporaneo, Castello Visconti, Locarno:
Kurfürstendamm, 1911
Oil on cardboard, 55 x 41 cm
Work at the Yale University Art Gallery:
Präludium, 1968
“Preludium 1919, restored to its original form by the artist 1968”
Horizontal scroll, pencil on paper, 71 x 482 cm
Work in the Museum Casa Anatta, Monte Verità, Ascona:
Portrait of Michail Bakunin, 1916
Black ink and pencil on paper, 27.3 x 20.8 cm
Work in the Kunstmuseum, Basel:
– Variation zu “Orchestration der Farbe 1923”, 1951
Horizontal scroll, oil on canvas, 162 x 38 cm
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Neuberger Museum of Art SUNY, Purchase College, New York
The Getty Research Institute Research Library, Special Collections and Visual Resources, Los Angeles:
This collection documents the film collaborations and friendship of German-born
Dadaist, Hans Richter, and New York photographer and cinematographer, Arnold Eagle.
It includes color film footage, out-takes and audio tracks for several of Richter’s post-
World War II films, as well as letters, notes, scripts, sketches, photographs, printed material and storyboards.
Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris
Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris.


 

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