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ANDRÉ BUTZER. WORKS ON PAPER 2001–2019 has been published as an exclusive COLLECTOR’S EDITION inlcuding a limited offset lithograph

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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. Photo Objects
    Photographs are not only pictures, but three-dimensional objects as well. They are picked up, turned around, edited, framed, sent, posted on the Internet, thrown away, or deleted. Read More
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  2. Carlfriedrich Claus und Ilse und Pierre Garnier
    A very special artist friendship: in the 1950s, Carlfriedrich Claus (1930–1998) worked on experiments that led to an outstanding synthesis of written and drawn works toward the end of the decade. Read More
    €48.00
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  3. Henrik Placht. Paintings and Bridgebuilding
    An artistic journey: the path of the painter Henrik Placht (*1973) led him in 2002 to Palestine, where he initiated the establishment of the International Academy of Art, which opened in 2006. Read More
    €35.00
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  4. Silvia Bächli
    Silvia Bächli from Switzerland (*1956) is one of the most renowned draftswomen in the world. In her subtle works and the staging of them, she reflects not only on her medium, but also again and again on how drawings interact in space. Read More
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  5. IN THE CUT
    Sexuality as a central theme in art was, until the 1970s, dominated primarily by the male view of the female body. Feminist artists also concentrated on their own body, while a (hetero-)erotic view of men is still an exception today. Read More
    €36.00
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  6. Sean Scully
    The Albertina is now presenting Sean Scully from a hitherto unfamiliar side: a series of figurative paintings of his son Oisín playing on the beach of Eleuthera, an island in the Bahamas. Extensive material from Scully’s private archive as well as in-depth essays by Werner Spies and Elisabeth Dutz elaborate on this newly obtained painterly freedom. Read More
    €38.00
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  7. Claudia Schmitz. Invisyllables
    The international artist Claudia Schmitz (*1975) transcends boundaries and barriers in her broad oeuvre. In her transmediatic works, she examines identities in real and virtual spaces, designs inter- and reactivity, and experiments with synesthesia. Read More
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  8. Jutta Haeckel
    In her works, the artist Jutta Haeckel (*1972) from Düsseldorf occupies herself with the principles of cycles of growth. Her pictures call to mind depictions of nature as well as reflections or the courses of rivers, but without spatial points of orientation. Read More
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  9. POW & UP – Galerie Wedding, Berlin
    With the program “POW—Post-Otherness-Wedding,” the curators Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Solvej Helweg Ovesen initiated a series of exhibitions and discourses at the Galerie Wedding to which artists and scholars living in Berlin were invited to present contemporary positions. Read More
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  10. Helmut Middendorf - Athens
    The artist Helmut Middendorf (*1953) is one of the most renowned German painters. As a member of the “Neuen Wilden“ (Young Wild Ones), he had a long-term influence on the art landscape in the 1980s. Read More
    €65.00
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