Baselitz 50 Jahre Malerei

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Texts by: Prof. Dr. Götz Adriani, Kay Heymer, Prof. Dr. Siegfried Gohr, Detlev Gretenkort, Prof. Georg Baselitz Graphic Design: Andreas Platzgummer Edited by: Prof. Dr. Götz Adriani German November 2009, 208 Pages, 149 Ills. Hardcover 284mm x 199mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2519-4

Raw, powerful, expressive, bold—for fifty years these terms have been used to describe the internationally influential oeuvre of Georg Baselitz (*1938). His first scandalous success came in the sixties with his works on sexual themes. His later heroic pictures also signaled a new approach to updating classic figurative painting. Baselitz’s Frakturbilder, and finally, his world-famous “upside-down” paintings represented his solutions to the problem of depicting content. In his latest series, Remix, the artist subjects important motifs from throughout his career to a more casual and virtuoso reinterpretation.This retrospective monograph presents the artist’s painted oeuvre, providing insight into his methods as well as his rich cosmos of ideas and thought. Exhibition schedule: Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, October 24, 2009–February 21, 2010