Vivian Suter Bonzo, Tintin & Nina

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Edited by: Kunstmuseum Luzern, Fanni Fetzer Texts by: César García-Alvarez, Fanni Fetzer, Roman Kurzmeyer, Anne Pontégnie, Adam Szymczyk Graphic Design: Julia Born German, English 2021, 352 Pages, 235 Ills. Japanische bindung 300mm x 224mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5193-3
| “Osmotic relationship with nature” – Vivian Suter

This comprehensive monograph takes a look at Vivian Suter's complete works, bringing together early drawings, painterly wall reliefs from the 1980s, and her latest work from her studio in the tropical rainforest of Guatemala: loose canvases hanging lightly from the ceiling in atmospherically dense installations. The richly illustrated catalogue illuminates the interplay between unpredictable natural influences as the paintings are left outside open to the elements, and purposeful artistic work in Suter’s practice. With a Japanese binding and fold-out cover, this book is a visual as well as tactile delight, evoking the sensual appeal of free-hanging intensely colored canvases.

Since her participation at documenta 14 in 2017, VIVIAN SUTER’s (*1949, Buenos Aires) work has been exhibited in many of the most influential museums worldwide. The artist grew up and studied painting in Basel. Today, she lives and works in the remote wilderness of Guatemala, where she has made the great outdoors her studio.