Dieter Masuhr, painter, born 1938, independent since 1961. Also writer, architect, typographer, traveller, lecturer, translator of Latin-American poetry.
1975 Mittelrheinmuseum, Koblenz; 1978 Lehmbruckmuseum, Duisburg; 1981 Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Berlin; 1983 Managua; 1985 Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin; 1985 Haus im Körnerpark, Berlin; 1987 Athen; 1988 Telnieku Nams, Riga; 1995 Galerie Mennonitenkirche, Neuwied. - Participation in group exhibitions. - Regular gallery exhibitons, last in 2001 at Galerie Fischer Reinhardt, Berlin. - Catalogues to exhibitions.
Written and illustrated by Dieter Masuhr:
In 1979 draws portraits of fighting guerrilleros during the war against dictator Somoza in Nicaragua, published as
In 1994 drives trucks to Bosnia to draw portraits of beleaguered muslims during Bosnian War, later described in the novel
Translation of Latin-American Poetry.
Published in collaboration with Peter Schultze-Kraft:
Published in collaboration with Martin Kurbjuhn:
Short stories published in literary magazines. - Writes stories on the adventures of painting (unpublished). - Poetry. - Essays. -