Max Neumann

The painter Max Neumann examines the symbolism of the human being in an incomparable way, with strangely distant figures that are both graceful, calm and dangerous and enigmatic.
Herwig Guratzsch writes, “we encounter another Neumann, who has outgrown the artist who abandoned himself to the mysteries of the night and its untameable eeriness. Most of the works do not feature night as the dominant element, yet the spookiness it generates is still rampant. The methods of taming the “dark fever” are grotesque and surreal, and caricature is applied in a delightful manner as an artistic statement to be taken seriously“
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Max Neumann

January 2012

ISBN 978-3-86678-632-5

15,00 × 15,00 cm

144 pages

63 colored and 10 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Thomas Levy author Herwig Guratzsch Graphic design Claas Möller, Hamburg

Exhibition „Max Neumann - New Works", 15. November 2011 to 10 January 2012, LEVY Hamburg