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Reiner Tischendorf

“Less is more”. This is Reiner Tischendorf’s answer to just about any question to do with design and form. The search for a forthright simplicity was already evident in his early works. Furthermore, his background (from a family of artisans) has given him a profound understanding of material; he combines this with an assured feeling for colour. His watercolours, collages and terracotta reliefs are always closely linked to their motifs: landscapes, landmark buildings, churches, castles and monasteries. Tischendorf, using symbolic colours, numbers and very simple geometric shapes, recalls centuries-old principles of design; he does not limit himself to any one specific culture, instead always formulating equations on life and the world, the year and the firmament.
(after Jördis Lademann)

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"Reiner Tischendorf"

April 2008

ISBN 978-3-86678-164-1

23,00 x 27,00 cm

72 Pages

56 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Reiner Tischendorf, Alexander Sairally
Alexander Sairally, Clemens Jöckle, Jördis Lademann, Peter Dluhosch
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Reiner Tischendorf. SIGNUM“, 2008, Gallery Murnau, Seidlstraße 4 – Galerie & Cantina.