Work

  • Gummikanone, 1968 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, mixed media, latex, 190 x 76 x 42 cm
    Gummikanone, 1968 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, mixed media, latex, 190 x 76 x 42 cm
  • Hose durchsichtig, 1969 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, plexiglass, rubber, 185 x 65 x 40 cm
    Hose durchsichtig, 1969 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, plexiglass, rubber, 185 x 65 x 40 cm
  • Untitled, 2017 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
    Untitled, 2017 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)

News

Break + Bleed

San Jose Museum of Art (US)
The circle and the square. Verticals, swoops, and folds. Flat planes and sensuous surfaces. Colors bright and vibrant. During the late 1950s and 60s, artists began to diverge from the painterly, gestural approaches of Abstract Expressionism in favor of what the American art critic Clement Greenberg in 1964 called “post-painterly abstraction.” Artists moved in a variety of directions, some in pursuit of paintings pure in color and open in composition while others toward structured, linear designs using familiar geometric shapes. Rejecting a loose application of paint, these artists stained their unprimed canvases or created flat planes of color devoid of any distinctive mark making.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)

Lineare Transparenz – verdichteter Raum

Aquarelle und Skulpturen