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  Lothar Fischer Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lothar Fischer studied from 1952 on at the Kunstakademie in Munich, where he concentrated on sculpture after only one year and was supported by Prof.
Fischer was the only sculptor among the members of "Spur" and developed his objects, analogous to the painters, out of an informal impetus.
Fischer viewed man as a creature which was so complicated that he did not want to depict it directly, but rather created the cover under which one had to imagine the body.
www.lothar-fischer.com   (352 words)

 Bobby Clears The Board For The Title
He was quite sociable-for Fischer, that is. He gave interviews, tramped the streets at night with hero-worshiping young journalists, smiled stiffly for photographers and responded amiably when President Alejandro Agustin Lanusse gave him and Petrosian exquisite chessboards of green-and-white onyx.
Fischer's victory in game six was simplified because Petrosian played badly, but there was no such weakness in the seventh, a classical, logical demonstration of mastery and the turning point of the match.
Fischer gave one small glimpse of what went on in his mind as he took stage for the eighth game when he admitted (after the match) that he was still not confident of winning.
www.chessmaniac.com /Bobby_Fischer/Bobby_Fischer_Articles16.shtm   (2144 words)

 Lothar Fischer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lothar Fischer (November 8, 1933 - June 15, 2004) was a German sculptor.
From 1975 to 1997 Fischer was professor at the University of the Arts, Berlin.
He continued to exhibit mainly in Germany and Switzerland with one exhibition in New York in 1988 at the Stephen Haller Gallery.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lothar_Fischer   (294 words)

 Chemist's Biographies
Emil Hermann Fischer (1852-1919), perhaps the greatest organic chemist and a pioneering biochemist, was born in Euskirchen near Bonn and studied chemistry at Bonn after a commercial education.
Born in Munich, the son of Karl Tobias Fischer (1871-1953), a physics professor at the Technische Hochschule.
Born in Neustadt in the Palatinate and was educated at the University of Würzburg and Munich Polytechnic.
www.chem.qmul.ac.uk /rschg/biog.html   (7520 words)

 ChessBase.com - Chess News - The man who saved Fischer-Spassky
Lothar Schmid was born on May 10th 1928 in Dresden.
But Lothar Schmid is most famous as a chess arbiter, the man who has overlooked countless tournaments and matches at the highest level.
Lothar was deeply involved in the match being successfully concluded.
www.chessbase.com /newsdetail.asp?newsid=950   (646 words)

 nthposition online magazine: Bobby Fischer goes to war
Spassky himself reports feeling sympathy for Fischer, saying "he was always seventeen" Fischer was capable of kindness, and was utterly honourable at the chess table; his tantrums were always aimed at tournament organisers and officials rather than the opponent.
Again, the Soviet champion's chosen cities were capitalist, while Fischer's were Communist (Fischer had always been very popular in Yugoslavia) Fischer moaned that Reykjavik was a backwater, regarded as a "hardship posting" for American GIs yet despite this, and the delay in actually turning up, many Icelanders warmed to Fischer.
The authors do include an appendix detailing FBI surveillance of Fischer's mother, and their deduction from the records of this surveillance that Dr Paul Nemenyi, a Hungarian engineer, was Fischer's natural father.
www.nthposition.com /bobbyfischergoesto.php   (877 words)

 Otto Fischer ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Fischer's project is the first of six in Gallery 400's fall series "At the Edge" initiated to present new works that are difficult to show in commercial spaces, that extend a working artistís practice, and/or push the boundaries of art experime...
Besides renowned, accomplished sculptors such as Lothar Fischer, Otto Herbert Hajek, Joseph Michael Neustifter, Hans Peter Reuter, Michael Schoenholtz, Voré and Rudolf Wachter, young artists from Germany and neighbouring European countries have...
Lars Arrhenius, Gabriele Basilico, Roland Fischer, Günther Förg, Rubén Ramos Balsa, Humberto Rivas, Lorna Simpson, Montserrat Soto, Beat Streuli and Peter Wüthrich were invited by Miguel Fernández-Cid, Head of the CGAC and curator of...
wwar.com /masters/f/fischer-otto.html   (1145 words)

 Game 4
This is the first time that the World Champion is not by the board at the beginning of the game.
At 6:04, Spassky enters the auditorium and takes a seat and 6 minutes later Fischer appears and does the same.
Fischer starts the game by advancing his King's Pawn 2 squares: 1.
www.chess-poster.com /great_games/fischer_spassky_en/game_4.htm   (71 words)

 Ansgar Elde
Both had been on the central committee and were accused of conspiring with certain art collectors.
In fact, they had defended Ervin Eisch[?], Lothar Fischer[?], Dieter Kunzelmann[?], Renee Nele[?], Heimrad Prem[?], Gretel Stadler[?], Helmut Sturm[?] and Hand-Peter Zimmer[?] who had been excluded on February 10, 1962.
Elde collaborated with Asger Jorn on the large ceramic work made in Albissola[?], Italy but transported ro Aarhus, Denmark by train.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/an/Ansgar_Elde.html   (127 words)

 Aigner eyes 25-30 percent India growth (REPEATING):-
New Delhi, May 24 : Buoyed by their Indian business doubling in the entry year, international luxury label Aigner has predicted a 25-30 percent growth in business this year which would be pushed through the launch of a new store in Mumbai.
Fischer said compared to competition like Hugo Boss and Bvlgari, Aigner was targeting the slightly older customers.
But Fischer also added that the company with the famous horseshoe logo is planning to introduce a younger line hoping to capture India's young population.
www.infovisiongroup.com /news/may25-11.html   (377 words)

 Lothar Odinius (Tenor) - Short Biography
The German tenor, Lothar Odinius, was given his first singing lessons in 1989 and participated in master classes with Bernd Weikl in 1990.
In 1995 Lothar Odinius performed the title role of Franz Schubert’s Lazarus as part of the Schubertiade Feldkirch and at the Bad Hersfeld Festpiele he sang the role of Peril in Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio; a performance for which he was awarded the ‘Orpheus Prize’ for best vocal newcomer.
In addition to Lieder recitals and concerts Lothar Odinius can also be heard in Schubert’s Magic Harp under the direction of Heinz Holliger, D’Albert’s Die Toten Augen under Rolf Weikert, in the new ion of the Magic Flute at the Opera in Bonn, and in performances of Bach’s St.
www.bach-cantatas.com /Bio/Odinius-Lothar.htm   (230 words)

In: International WOCE Newsletter 37 (1999), S. Schott, Friedrich ; Stramma, Lothar ; Fischer, Jürgen: Interaction of the North Atlantic Current with the deep Charlie Gibss Fracture Zone throughflow.
In: International WOCE Newsletter 36 (1999), S. Stramma, Lothar ; England, Matthew: On the water masses and mean circulation of the South Atlantic Ocean.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research 104 (1999), S. Stramma, Lothar ; Schott, Friedrich: The mean flow field of the tropical Atlantic Ocean.
www.ifm-geomar.de /index.php?id=2853   (1053 words)

 Gruppe SPUR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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 - 1979), Helmut Sturm (1932), Hans-Peter Zimmer (1936) and the sculptor Lothar Fischer (1933).
They devised the group's name in January 1958 when thinking about the tracks of their own footprints in the snow.
In 1965 they painted collaborative gouaches, and started to cooperate with the 'Wir' group; in spring 1966 the two groups were amalgamated to form the 'Geflecht' group.
www.eden.rutgers.edu /~jwbkmn/situationist/spur1.htm   (251 words)

 The North Brazil Current
Schott, Friedrich A., Juergen Fischer, and Lothar Stramma, 1998: Transports and pathways of the upper-layer circulation in the western tropical Atlantic.
Stramma, Lothar, Juergen Fischer and Joerg Reppin, 1995: The North Brazil Undercurrent.
Stramma, Lothar, Yoshimine Ikeda and Ray G. Peterson, 1990: Geostrophic transport in the Brazil Current region north of 20 degrees S. Deep-Sea Research, 37(12), pp.
oceancurrents.rsmas.miami.edu /atlantic/north-brazil.html   (1663 words)

 Schwules Museum - Frühere Ausstellungen - Hans ANTON, dancer
Then, a few years later, Lothar Fischer, cultural historian, found a folder with large photos at the fleamarket and remembered the dress
Again at a fleamarket, Lothar Fischer found a second album with 60 smaller photos.
When Theis and Fischer were discussing an exhibition, the latter said he had asked around and some neighbors remembered the old gent who collected porcellain figures and lived at the same address for a long time.
www.schwulesmuseum.de /html/au_1/au_fr_1_3_3_en.htm   (634 words)

 Helmut Sturm Biography
In 1952 he passed the entrance exam in art education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and became Erich Glette's master pupil in 1953.
As a student he founded the group SPUR in 1957/58 together with Heimrad Prem, Zimmer and Lothar Fischer.
In 1958 the first SPUR manifesto and the SPUR graphic portfolio with 12 etchings by the artists and texts by Asger Jorn, Hans Platschek and Conrad Westphal was published.
www.helmut-sturm.com   (319 words)

 New Ceramics-Current Issue
An exhibition at the Lothar Fischer Museum in the Upper Palatinate/Germany Until 27 March 2005
Even in international terms, Lothar Fischer is one of the most important post-war figurative sculptors in Germany.
From 1953-2004, he created an impressive body of work which is unique with regard to variety, artistic energy and its significance.
www.neue-keramik.de /english/magazine/m-current-2-05.htm   (833 words)

 Situationist International -- Gruppe SPUR
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).
Zeittafel zur Gruppe SPUR und zur Geschichte der APO
Gruppe SPUR : Helmut Sturm, Heimrad Prem, Hans-Peter Zimmer, Lothar Fischer (l.t.r.)
members.chello.nl /j.seegers1/situationist/spur.html   (274 words)

 the Spurists, Die Spuristen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Group shot of Helmut Sturm, Hans Peter Zimmer, Lothar Fischer, and Heimrad Prem in Munich 1958.
January Manifesto, Sturm, Prem, Fischer, Kunzelmann and Zimmer; January 1961.
Tract concerning the seizure of Spur, Sturm, Fischer, Zimmer, Kunzelmann, and Prem; 9 November 1961.
www.notbored.org /spur.html   (401 words)

 Lothar Fischer (German), 1933-2004: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography fromGalerie Biedermann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lothar Fischer (German), 1933-2004: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography fromGalerie Biedermann
Founding of the artists, group SPUR (Heimrad Prem, Helmut Sturm, HP Zimmer, Lothar Fischer)
Opening of the Lothar Fischer Museum in Neumarkt i.d.Opf.
www.artnet.com /Galleries/Artists_detail.asp?gid=157&aid=6222   (118 words)

 Situationist International -- Periodicals | Spur
Editors: Helmut Sturm, Heimrad Prem, Hans-Peter Zimmer, Lothar Fischer.
Editors: Helmut Sturm, Heimrad Prem, Hans-Peter Zimmer, Lothar Fischer, and Jørgen Nash, Katja Lindell and Christel Fischer.
A welcome reprint was published in 2006 in the exhibition catalogue Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker und Pia Dornacher (Hrsg.), Gruppe SPUR / Text von Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Diedrich Diederichsen, Pia Dornacher, Holger Liebs, Manifeste und Texte von Lothar Fischer, Heinrad Prem, Helmut Sturm und HP Zimmer (Hatje Cantz : Stuttgart 2006)
members.chello.nl /j.seegers1/per_si/per_spur.html   (308 words)

 Theodor Fischer ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Click the artwork titles below to see actual examples of artwork or works of art relevant to works by Theodor Fischer.
Theodor Galle, Color Olivi (The inside of a Painter"s Studio), 16th - 17th century
Theodor Fischer (1601 - 1653) Biography, Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
www.wwar.com /masters/f/fischer-theodor.html   (1258 words)

 Grand Art Exhibition 2005 - Haus der Kunst - Absolutearts.com
Current sculptural works, objects and installations will be displayed on 2,000 square metres of exhibition space - supplemented by works conceived for wall or ceiling suspension.
Besides renowned, accomplished sculptors such as Lothar Fischer, Otto Herbert Hajek, Joseph Michael Neustifter, Hans Peter Reuter, Michael Schoenholtz, Voré and Rudolf Wachter, young artists from Germany and neighbouring European countries have also been invited to present their works at the Haus der Kunst.
Paintings, drawings and photography, hitherto the focal points of the Grand Art Exhibition, have been omitted this year in order to allow for a new and different emphasis.
www.absolutearts.com /artsnews/2005/01/17/32684.html   (236 words)

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