The Chemnitz artist Michael Morgner intersperses his abstract paintings with figurative metaphors of basic human experiences: the figures ‘Angst’ (Fear), ‘Schreitender’ (Man pacing) and ‘Aufsteigender’ (Man climbing) are a constant theme throughout his entire oeuvre. His works are usually large-format and have several parts; their expressive visual language is made up of various mixed media on paper and brings together pen and ink drawings with embossed prints, etchings and lavage technique. The surface of the painting is often reworked; individual sections are peeled off. This publication accompanies the exhibition in Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz and is also an inventory of the works of Michael Morgner that are belong to the museum’s collection.
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24,00 × 30,00 cm
46 colored and 1 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
by Ingrid Mössinger, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz preface by Ingrid Mössinger with a Text by Barbara Wally and an interview with the artist by Peter Iden
Barbara Wally, Peter Iden
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Michael Morgner. Bilder 1985-2008“, 30 January to 20 March 2011, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz.
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