Johannes Hüppi

The women in Johannes Hüppi’s paintings are representations of femininity, which have all sprung from one fundamental dream, even if their features and traits are variable like the love stories given expression to in the works of the artist. His pictorial language, oscillating between highly subjective and coolly detached and permeated by a cinematic aesthetic, takes the viewer on an intimate journey through landscapes and interiors, the realms of everyday life and the regions of dreams, where his female protagonists are waiting and walking, resting and abandoning themselves to the power of love. The romantic realist Hüppi leaves the further elaboration of his stories to the imagination of the audience, which in this manner also becomes included in his art.
(Belinda Grace Gardner)
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Johannes Hüppi

May 2011

ISBN 978-3-86678-540-3

16,60 × 24,00 cm

176 pages

108 colored and 10 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

by  Jean-Christophe Ammann authors Jean-Christophe Ammann and Belinda Grace Gardner and with an artists talk between Belinda Grace Gardner and Johannes Hüppi graphic design Claas Möller

Text by
Jean-Christophe Ammann, Belinda Grace Gardner

Design by
Claas Möller

exhibition “Johannes Hüppi. Rare Window”, 21 March to 4 May 2011, LEVY Galerie, Hamburg

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