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Michael Wutz

Michael Wutz is the fourth winner of the Horst Janssen graphic arts award and is committed to producing his artistic work on paper: his etchings, sepia drawings and watercolours are technically extremely complex and often portray strange, gloomy scenes. The skulls, gallows trees and black city silhouettes conceal the artist’s in-depth analysis of cults of the dead and the burial rituals of other cultures. The artist’s interest in archaeology and ethnology, which plays a role in his works, is also reflected in the interdisciplinary texts accompanying his works.

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"Michael Wutz"

October 2011

ISBN 978-3-86678-594-6

24,00 x 29,40 cm

106 Pages

111 colored and 16 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound

Languages: German, English


Claus Hüppe-Stiftung in collaboration with the town of Oldenburg

preface by
Jutta Moster-Hoos, Friedrich Scheele

Andreas Schalhorn, Alban von Stockhausen, Henriette Huldisch

graphic design
büro für film und gestaltung, Berlin

Exhibition "Michael Wutz. Grafikpreisträger 2011", 25 September to 13 November 2011, Museum Museum Horst-Janssen-Museum, Oldenburg