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Raimund Kummer

For Your Eyes Only
Developed by Raimund Kummer in the late 1970s, the survey of public, urban space with regard to its own sculptural qualities represents within Germany a step towards a fundamentally different and novel understanding of sculptural work virtually unrivalled nowadays in terms of its radical nature.
In parallel with his sculptural work, Kummer has time and again sounded out the new possibilities of the medium of photography. As a “photographic sculptor“, Kummer is also always very much the installation artist, for the simulation of reality, authenticity and objectivity, the deliberate game of deception with real and virtual space, with image and boundary, are essential stimuli of his artistic work.
The present artist´s book has been developed as a sort of glossary whose core is formed by 16 concepts central to the work of the artist: anonymity, studio, self-portrait, stage, sound, body, light, material, model, narration, nature, seeing, mirror, strategy, transformation, time. The authors continue coming to grips with these concepts on the pictorial level through Raimund Kummer´s specially developed grouping of his works around these concepts.

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"Raimund Kummer"

December 2008

ISBN 978-3-86678-241-9

24,00 x 32,00 cm

400 Pages

519 colored and 101 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Editor
by
Claudia Banz and Christoph Schreier

authors
Claudia Banz, Stephan Berg, Hans-Friedrich Bormann, Eugen Blume, Barbara Hess, Holger Kuhn, Angela Lammert, Herbert Molderings, Pia Müller-Tamm, Ursula Panhans-Bühler, Annelie Pohlen, Dietmar Rübel, Christoph Schreier, Beate Söntgen, Marcus Steinweg, Annette Tietenberg and Ulrich Wilmes
Events
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Raimund Kummer: For Your Eyes Only”, 28 May to 9 August 2009, Kunstmuseum Bonn.