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Charlotte Posenenske by Burkhard Brunn

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Publisher : DISTANZ
Binding : Hardcover
Pages : 128
Publication Date : 10/25/2013
Condition : BRAND NEW
This book, Burkhard Brunn's commentary on the manifesto Charlotte Posenenske wrote in 1968, will help build a deeper understanding of her art. It goes hand in hand with Renate Wiehager's "Charlotte Posenenske," which devotes particular attention to the artist's objects, and the volume "Charlotte PosenenskeDie fruhen Jahre," which includes an essay by Philipp Kaiser about the minimalist conceptual artist's paintings. The three volumes lay the foundation for further reflections by experts; Daniel Marzona, Jorg Daur, Astrid Wege, and Stefanie Brauer have contributed essays to this book. Brunn's own expertise derives from his collaboration with the artist and the many posthumous exhibitions he organized as the trustee of her estate. From the Inside Flap This book, Burkhard Brunn's commentary on the manifesto Charlotte Posenenske wrote in 1968, will help build a deeper understanding of her art. It goes hand in hand with Renate Wiehager's "Charlotte Posenenske," which devotes particular attention to the artist's objects, and the volume "Charlotte Posenenske--Die fruhen Jahre," which includes an essay by Philipp Kaiser about the minimalist conceptual artist's paintings. The three volumes lay the foundation for further reflections by experts; Daniel Marzona, Jorg Daur, Astrid Wege, and Stefanie Brauer have contributed essays to this book. From the Back Cover This book, Burkhard Brunn's commentary on the manifesto Charlotte Posenenske wrote in 1968, will help build a deeper understanding of her art. It goes hand in hand with Renate Wiehager's -Charlotte Posenenske,- which devotes particular attention to the artist's objects, and the volume -Charlotte Posenenske--Die fruhen Jahre,- which includes an essay by Philipp Kaiser about the minimalist conceptual artist's paintings. The three volumes lay the foundation for further reflections by experts; Daniel Marzona, Jorg Daur, Astrid Wege, and Stefanie Brauer have contributed essays to this book.