At a time when blank spots have by and large disappeared from maps, “wilderness” has returned in art. The Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt has dedicated an extensive theme-based exhibition to this recurring fascination.


Denise Green

The work of Denise Green (born in 1946 in Melbourne), which unfolds within the dynamic interface between figuration and abstraction, unites the influences of very different cultures. The artist is not only interested in the art of the Australian Aborigines and the theatre and architecture of the Indian subcontinent, but also in European painting, history and philosophy. She is influenced by American Abstract Expressionism and has an especial affinity for Joseph Beuys, who, in a similar way, was also interested in archetypical, pictures laden with spiritual meaning.
This book shows works from the period between 1972 and 2006 and so provides a comprehensive view of the oeuvre of Denise Green. A new series of work is the focus here, a series that she created specially for the Museum Kurhaus Kleve.

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"Denise Green"

May 2006

ISBN 978-3-938025-99-4

20,50 x 27,00 cm

96 Pages

66 colored illustrations

Broschur, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English


Freundeskreis Museum Kurhaus and Koekkoek-Haus Kleve e. V.

Denise Green, Roland Mönig, and Guido de Werd
The book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Denise Green “,Museum Kurhaus Kleve, 2006.