Albert Oehlen

Autor: Anglicky2018Taschen

Seznamte se s celou řadou uměleckých přístupů Alberta Oehlena od jeho ranných prací až po současnost. Ať už jsou obrazy se zrcadly, v primárních barvách nebo pouze v šedé barvě, silně obrazové obrazy na počítači nebo bláznivé plakátové reklamy na plátně: více než 400 předvedených děl svědčí o odvážných a inovativních strategiích, které zajistily Oehlenovi místo jako " nejvíce vynalézavého abstraktního žijícího malíře. "

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Název: Albert Oehlen  ISBN: 9783836508971  Jazyk: Anglicky  Rok:   EAN: 9783836508971  Hmotnost: 2.10 kg  Vazba: pevná  Počet stran: 496  Rozměr: 250x334 mm  Nakladatel: Taschen
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Detail knihy ~ Albert Oehlen, Albert Oehlen, Roberto Ohrt, John Corbett, Martin Prinzhorn, Alexander Klar, Hans Werner Holzwarth

Meet the full range of Albert Oehlen’s artistic approaches from his early work to the present day. Whether paintings with mirrors, in primary colors or only in gray, heavily pixelated computer paintings or garish poster ads on canvases: more than 400 featured works attest to the audacious and innovative strategies that have secured Oehlen’s place as the “most resourceful abstract painter alive.”

The paintings of Albert Oehlen live by audacious strategies, by questioning the image and the rules of abstraction, and by an openness and beauty often reached through the unlikeliest of means.

In this expansive monograph, we meet the full range of Oehlen’s artistic thoughts and approaches: paintings that integrate mirrors, paintings that are executed strictly in primary colors or only in gray, heavily pixelated paintings produced with the help of one of the first personal computers. We find collaged fragments of garish poster ads on canvases that transforming screaming slogans into abstract elements, charcoal drawings the size of a wall, finger paintings, and paintings in which black treelike silhouettes contort themselves into a lexicon of abstract forms. Throughout, Oehlen transforms the conceptual into the compositional, at once invigorating and challenging the viewer.

Revising and updating TASCHEN’s previous Collector’s Edition, this revelatory survey explores Oehlen’s trajectory from his early days up to the present. It features more than 400 paintings as well as insightful commentaries and interviews, covering Oehlen’s different work stages and approaches. Roberto Ohrt’s essay takes us back to the special vibe of the early 1980s where Oehlen worked alongside Kippenberger, Büttner, and others, part of a scene that painted quickly and close to the pulse of time. Oehlen discusses his computer paintings with John Corbett, and follows up on his more recent work, his thoughts on art, and his day in the studio in a lengthy conversation with Alexander Klar. Together with a collection of shorter texts and statements, this brings us close to the ideas of an artist who has been dubbed “the most resourceful abstract painter alive.”

Albert Oehlen