Axel Grünewald looks at the edges of the present. For more than five years, he has repeatedly traveled through the coastal regions of Morocco and southern Spain, to the continental border between Europe and Africa.

Ilya Kabakov

A return to painting
In parallel with his work as a graphic artist and illustrator in the Soviet Union, Ilya Kabakov also focused on painting very early in his career. Painting has also been a key feature of the countless installations that he has produced in recent decades. From around 2000 – when, to a large extent, he turned away from the artistic installation – Kabakov has been promoting a very personal style of painting, which he uses to revise experiences and achievements, images of the past and the visual worlds of Soviet socialism.
In his painting, he addresses personal experiences from the recent past but also his long-lost childhood in Stalin’s Soviet Union.
The catalogue, which includes an essay by the artist himself, presents 60 paintings and three models for unfinished installations/monuments.

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"Ilya Kabakov"

ISBN 978-3-86678-652-3

29,50 x 29,50 cm

180 Pages

93 colored and 19 b/w illustrations

Hardcover with clothbound, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Ulrich Krempel
Karin Hellandsjø, Ilya Kabakov and Ulrich Krempel
graphic design
Klaus-Peter Plehn
Exhibition „Eine Rückkehr zur Malerei. Gemälde von Ilya Kabakov, 1961-2011“, 29 January to 6 May 2012, Sprengel Museum Hannover