Björn Roth’s artistic trajectory can be traced from experimental group performances in the late 70s to his current solo practice, through his longstanding, synergetic collaborative work with his late father, Dieter Roth, long established as one of the most influential artists of the second half of the 20th century. Since Dieter’s death in 1998, Björn has continued to expand the large installations and other works co-authored by his father and himself alongside his solo practice.

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Selected Works

Hrákökur 2, 2017
Watercolor on paper, 10 × (44,1 × 44,1 cm)
Taugasallat 4,1, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 64,50 × 46,50 cm
Installation view, Björn Roth: Nervettis 2009–2018, BERG Contemporary, 2018
Taugasallat 1,1, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 46,50 × 36,60 cm
Taugasallat 1,2, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 46,50 × 36,60 cm
Taugasallat 4,3, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 64,50 × 46,50 cm
Taugasallat 1,3, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 46,50 × 36,60 cm
Taugasallat 1,4, 2014
Watercolor on paper, 46,50 × 36,60 cm

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