Turned upside down: Georg Baselitz (*1938) is one of the most renowned artists in the world. His inverted motifs him brought him recognition in the 1960s and broke with conventional ways of seeing. As a painter, he moves between abstraction and figuration, negation and taking up art-historical traditions. In addition to paintings and graphic works, for several years he has also been creating archaic-seeming wood sculptures that he executes with a chainsaw. The Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz are now dedicating an extensive show of works to this exceptional artist. The accompanying publication traces the artistic path of Georg Baselitz.
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24,00 × 30,00 cm
53 colored and 13 b/w illustrations
Christoph Dittrich, Hans-Dieter Huber, Ingrid Mössinger