Albert Oehlen: Terpentin 2012 Turpentine par Christoph Schreier, Stephan Berg, John Corbett

Albert Oehlen: Terpentin 2012 Turpentine par Christoph Schreier, Stephan Berg, John Corbett

Titre de livre: Albert Oehlen: Terpentin 2012 Turpentine

Auteur: Christoph Schreier, Stephan Berg, John Corbett

Broché: 139 pages

Date de sortie: June 30, 2012

ISBN: 3775732365

Éditeur: Hatje Cantz Publishers

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For over 30 years, German painter Albert Oehlen (born 1954) has been building a body of work distinguished by its skeptical questioning of painting as a medium. Instead of turning his back on painting, though, the artist has chosen to engage with this skepticism within the medium itself. Oehlen followed his rude, provocative Neo-Expressionist attacks of the 1980s with a cooler brand of computer-based images in the 1990s, followed by a subsequent series of painted-over advertising and his more recent, abstract expressionist works, all while striving to maintain a balance of painterly passion and critical distance. This catalogue features exemplary works from the artist's various creative periods, and emphasizes two unifying themes that run throughout Oehlen's work: his engagement with abstraction and his notion of -post-non-figurative painting, - and the often underemphasized relation of his line to his plane and his drawing to his painting.