Eric Darragon, Robert Fleck, Siegfried Gohr

Markus Lupertz


Markus Lüpertz has never believed in the purely representational purpose of art, but, in his own words, has always been »searching for the potential picture« and thus doesn’t feel bound by any one style. Precisely for this reason, he has succeeded in freely creating works from a vast fund of artistic and historic-cultural material, devising coded paintings that bear his emphatic signature and which are themselves redolent of a mature and energetic freedom, which is in turn regarded by many a generation of artists as exemplary. In this way, younger artists, such as Peter Doig, Tal R, or Thomas Houseago, have been avid fans for some time now.


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Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft mbH

2009, gebonden met stofomslag, 376pp, mooi exemplaar, 31x25cm, omslag met zeer lichte gebruikssporen.

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