Dipl.-Soz. Dieter Fritzsche
Dieter Fritzsche (born in north Hessen in 1954). From 1975 to 1981 he studied Education and Sociology at the Goethe University in Frankfurt. From 1981 to 1985 he trained in graphic silkscreen printing and received a certificate as a master craftsman. From 1985 to 1994 he was employed by advertising agencies and graphic studios as a silkscreen printer, as well as working in adult education at Frankfurt’s adult education centre and Hessische Institut für Lehrerfortbildung (Hessen’s Institute of Further Teacher Training). In 1995 he established F+H Siebdruck GmbH, a silkscreen company. He has collaborated with artists such as Michael S. Riedel and Andrea Büttner (serigraphy for dOCUMENTA 2012). Prints for the public sector and for museums – amongst other things, for the Senefelder monument in Offenbach, the wall-paper print for the special Kienholz exhibition at the Schirn in Frankfurt, and the Flossenbürg concentration camp memorial. Has used printing techniques to realize graphic concepts at exhibitions and in museums including Bayrisches Industriemuseum, the Bavarian Industrial Museum in Augsburg, the Rautenstrauch Joest Museum in Cologne and DVAG – Deutsche Vermögensberatung AG in Marburg. Since 2010 he has been conducting weekend workshops and supervising degree dissertations as a lecturer at HfG Offenbach. Since 2012 he has been a teacher for special purposes at HfG Offenbach.