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.

Frank Berendt

Stehende Strömung
„It is first and foremost the inner coherence of Frank Berendt’s work that attests to a continuous, often despairing search for a form capable of pointing, like a hint of missing, towards the beauty of a world of images that is in the process of dissolving. […] What [his] work most notably illustrates is the way the artist’s work has revolved around a central question over a period of more than twenty years: he seems to have committed himself to the paradox of a living immobility; he attempts to capture precisely the sensuality, the tangibility, of a dissolving image. In paintings and videos he works with the impossibility of, on the one hand, an image which is frozen: motion solidified, and on the other, with the desire to hold onto fleeting beauty.“ (Anja Kampmann)

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"Frank Berendt"

August 2013

ISBN 978-3-86678-706-3

27,00 x 24,00 cm

98 Pages

50 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English


Frank Berendt

Anja Kampmann, Kai Uwe Schierz, Elisa Tamaschke

graphic design
mcomm, Anke Mittelhäuser

Exhibition: “Frank Berendt. Stehende Strömung”, 28.09. bis 30.11.2013,  Angermuseum Erfurt