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Martin Ziegelmüller

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Thunderous cloudbursts, reflections on water surfaces, seas of urban lights: the landscape plays a major role in the Ziegelmüller’s painting. Yet his artistic curiosity knows no limits. It is just as vibrant in the operating theatre as in a glass factory; it looks towards people and still lifes.
This Swiss painter examines his themes over a period of several years, changing them by changing his perspective. At the same time, atmosphere, mood, light and reflection have become more and more important. The more complicated the portrayal, the greater his desire to investigate the fascination of light. This book is an opulent and richly illustrated documentation of the art practice of Martin Ziegelmüller and invites the reader to rediscover this work; it also contains a range of essays by specialists. 

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"Martin Ziegelmüller"

November 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-480-2

23,50 x 30,00 cm

208 Pages

193 colored and 10 b/w illustrations

Hardcover with clothbound, bound, with dust-jacket

Languages: German, French

Kunstmuseum Bern
Kunsthaus Langenthal
Text by
Fanni Fetzer, Matthias Frehner, Caroline Kesser, Klaus Merz, Eveline Suter, Konrad Tobler, Heinz Trösch
Design by
Sonja Oswald, P'inc, Langenthal, Schweiz
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Martin Ziegelmüller“, 18 May to 10 July 2011, Kunsthaus Langenthal, as well as 19 May to 14 August 2011, Kunstmuseum Bern.