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The focus of our program is on contemporary art. Besides artists of international standing, here, you can also discover many young positions, frequently first publications of aspiring artists on their way to international recognition. In addition, topics of classical modernism and art history are an integral component of our engagement as a publisher.

Here, you find unique artist monographs, exhibition and collection catalogues as well as catalogue raisonnés, which are created in close cooperation with artists, museums, collectors, and galleries

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  1. Robert Indiana
    Robert Indiana (*1928) has created some of the world’s most immediately recognizable works of art. Read More
    €50.00
    CHF61.40

  2. Jan Henderikse
    This extensive monograph pays homage to Dutch artist Jan Henderikse (*1937), cofounder of the Nul Group (1961-1965), the Dutch ‘branch’ of the European ZERO movement. Read More
    €65.00
    CHF79.82

  3. Ilya und Emilia Kabakov, The Strange City, 2014, © Künstler, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
    Today Ilya and Emilia Kabakov are recognized as the most important living Russian artists. Their multidisciplinary practice, spanning drawing, painting, sculpture and installation, modifies our perceptions of everyday life. Read More
    €125.00
    CHF153.50

  4. Richard Wientzek, fragile, 2012, Tusche und Farbstifte auf Papier, 40 x 40 cm, © Künstler
    The artist Richard Wientzek (*1970) is known for his pithy depiction of the cultural landscape arranged by human beings. Read More
    €40.00
    CHF49.12

  5. Adolf Frohner, Das Gespräch Hommage auf das Stilleben, 1968
    The catalogue raisonné now provides an overview of Frohner’s painterly oeuvre for the first time and follows his artistic development from the nineteen-fifties to the first decade of the twenty-first century. Frohner’s painting is today once again obtaining increasingly topicality as a result of his socio-critical approach. Read More
    €65.00
    CHF79.82

  6. Rosenhang Museum

    Tradition meets modernity—In Weilburg an der Lahn, a Baroque residence town famous for its castle complex and the only shipping tunnel in Germany, an art museum is being created in the extraordinary surroundings of a former brewery site. 

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    €40.00
    CHF49.12

  7. Der Arbeitslose, 1921, 
Aquarell, 23,5 x 18 cm, 

Städtische Galerie Dresden – Kunstsammlung, 
Foto: Städtische Galerie Dresden
    Otto Griebel was one of the most interesting artists of the nineteen-twenties and an important protagonist of Dada and New Objectivity in Dresden. Read More
    €40.00
    CHF49.12

  8. Mel Ramos
    This publication records Mel Ramos´s entire painterly oeuvre, from the first works in the 1950s until today, hence demonstrating his enduring position in Pop Art. Read More
    €25.00
    CHF30.70

  9. Marcel Odenbach
    In this part of the world, Marcel Odenbach is known primarily as a pioneer of video art and one of its most important exponents. In parallel with this, however, he has also developed a wealth of drawings over the last 40 years. Read More
    €44.00
    CHF54.03

  10. Johann Georg Müller. 1913–1986
    Johann Georg Müller is one of the most diverse artists to emerge from the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Read More
    €128.00
    CHF157.18

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