Robert Indiana (*1928) has created some of the world’s most immediately recognizable works of art. Filled with intensely personal combinations of universal symbols—numbers and letters, stars and wheels—they are most readily associated with the Pop art movement.

Christine Jackob-Marks

There must be more to Life (Maurice Sendak)

Today Christine Jackob-Marks (born 1943 in Mainz) can look back on fifty years of creativity within the Berlin scene. Between her first tentative steps as an actress and her work in a kindergarten and youth psychiatric service, the artist, who studied at the art institutes in Paris and Berlin, is always drawn back to painting. Jackob-Marks says of herself, ‘I am not an intellectual painter, I’m spontaneous … The canvas is a dialogue with myself. […] The [image] comes from within, not from my head.’

The comprehensive monograph shines a light on her ‘life in art’ with over 300 works of abstract and subjective landscapes, through striking representations of animals, to female nudes and diverse photography.

Please notice: The book will be published in June 2016. You can already pre-order it.

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"Christine Jackob-Marks "

June 2016

ISBN 978-3-7356-0225-1

24,5 x 28,5 cm

256 Pages

213 colored and 26 b/w illustrations

Hardcover with quarter binding, bound

Languages: German, English

Ulf Meyer zu Kueingdorf
Text by
Michael S. Cullen, Manfred Eichel, Mark Gisbourne, Adrienne Goehler, Charles Merewhether
Design by
Ulf Meyer zu Kueingdorf
Book Launch: June 3 2016, 7 PM // DNA Galerie, Auguststraße 20, 10117 Berlin