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  1. Das große Leonardo-Buch

    überarb. Aufl., Neuausg. 2019. 320 S. Farbtafeln und 92 Abbildungen 23.7 cm GEB
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  2. Paul Klee: 1939

    The year before he died, in what was one of the most difficult yet prolific periods of his life, Paul Klee created his most surprising and innovative works. In 1939, the year before his death from a long illness and against a backdrop of sociopolitical turmoil and the outbreak of World War II, Paul Klee worked with a vigor and inventiveness that rivaled even the most productive periods of his youth. This book illuminates the artist?s response to his personal difficulties and the era?s broader realities through imagery that is tirelessly inventive?by turns political, solemn, playful, humorous, and poetic. The works featured testify to Klee?s restless drive to experiment with form and material. His use of adhesive, grease, oil, chalk, and watercolor, among other media, resulted in surfaces that are not only visually striking, but also highly tactile and original. Not unlike a diary, the drawings are often meditative reflections on the pains and pleasures of life?their titles, among them Monsters in readiness and Struggles with himself, signal Klee?s frame of mind. Renowned art historian Dawn Ades looks at this group of paintings and drawings in the context of their time and as indicative of a pivotal moment in art history. Moved by this late period of Klee?s oeuvre, American artist Richard Tuttle responds to specific works in the form of a dialogical poem. This stunning publication highlights the novelty and ingenuity of Klee?s late works, which deeply affected the generation of artists?including Anni Albers, Jean Dubuffet, Mark Tobey, and Zao Wou-Ki?that emerged after World War II and continues to captivate artists and viewers alike today.
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  3. Sven Kalden. Patterns

    The German word for pattern (Muster) has a double meaning and is used to describe both the ornamental and repetitive pattern as well as something that is representative of an entire field or group. In this latter definition, the works chosen and shown here can be understood as exemplary and important works by Sven Kalden from a period covering more than 20 years. When compiling these, it was important to us to bring out the thematic and aesthetic links and points of intersection between the works. Fragmentation, dissolution and isolation are central aspects that are explored again and again. Furthermore, references to the media, in particular cinematic history and artistic role models, were also of significance. Sven Kalden?s approach, which takes a closer look at social conflicts using simple forms, patterns or templates, results in a tension-packed relationship. The free form and the socio-political context interact in such a way as to mutually charge and enhance on another.
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  4. Hieronymus Bosch, Das Gesamtwerk

    Sonderausg. 2012. 207 S. m. 250 Farbabb. 32,5 cm GEB
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  5. Doris Stauffer.

    September 2015. 192 S., zahlr. farb. Abb., KT
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  6. Jessica Stockholder

    Rev. and exp. ed. 2018. 240 S. 290 mm GEB
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  7. Der Augsburger Bildhauer Gregor Erhart

    Neuausg. 2021. 384 S. 267 Farbabb., 22 SW-Abb. 30 cm GEB
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  8. Quentin Massys

    Neuausg. 2021. 224 S. 125 Farbabb., 1 SW-Abb. 28 cm GEB
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  9. Christian Schad, 2 Bde.

    Neuausg. 2020. 656 S. 140 SW-Abb., 501 Farbabb. 31.5 cm LN
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  10. Ernst Kreidolf und die Pflanzen

    Neuausg. 2020. 128 S. 179 Farbabb., 4 SW-Abb. 27 cm GEB
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