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Albert Oehlen: Secession (German Edition)

by Albert Oehlen

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Albert Oehlens continuing restless quest finds its latest manifestation in these Secession paintings of 2003-2004. The paintings can be divided into two groups, which engage in a kind of dialogue: Gray abstract smears with faint figures struggling to find form (or lose it altogether), and more colorful, collage-based works in which photographs glued directly on the canvas are surrounded by the artist's large-scale brushwork.… (more)
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Albert Oehlens continuing restless quest finds its latest manifestation in these Secession paintings of 2003-2004. The paintings can be divided into two groups, which engage in a kind of dialogue: Gray abstract smears with faint figures struggling to find form (or lose it altogether), and more colorful, collage-based works in which photographs glued directly on the canvas are surrounded by the artist's large-scale brushwork.

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