How intensively do photographers examine their motifs? How much attention to they pay to individuals who view their pictures? The photographer Thomas Bergner dedicates himself to this question.

Pat Rosenmeier

Paintings / Bilder 001-057
“[…] what is important to him is allowing form to arise and to disappear, to emerge and to subside […]”
Max Raphael’s observations about Goya’s and Frans Hals’s painting style also applies to Pat Rosenmeier: painting is a constant modelling with colour for all of them.
Rosenmeier uses very moist acrylic paint; the canvases are placed on the floor and the picture is just a short distance away. These are the circumstances in which she makes decisions: to stop or to continue painting. Everything looks different when the paint has dried. Rosenmeier paints in the no-man’s land of invisibility, as it were, in which the degree of nuances increases and visibility decreases with every layer.

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"Pat Rosenmeier"

February 2012

ISBN 978-3-86678-668-4

11,00 x 16,00 cm

160 Pages

57 colored and 1 b/w illustrations

Softcover with clothbound, bound

Languages: German, English


Archiv e. V., Stuttgart

Christian Malycha

with an interview by Henrick Lakeberg with Pat Rosenmeier

graphic design
Müller Steeneck Grafik-Design, Stuttgart