Per Kirkeby

Bronze, Kaltnadel, Holz

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Per Kirkeby
Bronze, Kaltnadel, Holz

Text(s) by Michael Semff, Ulrich Wilmes, Poul Erik Tojner, graphic design by Anne Hoffmann, ed. Michael Semff, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München

German, English

2014. 168 pp., 181 ills.

hardcover

29.80 x 30.10 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3898-9

The artist’s complete prints

Per Kirkeby (* 1938 in Copenhagen) is a one of the most important figures in contemporary Scandina­vian art. After receiving a doctorate in geology, Kirkeby joined the Experimental Art School in Copenhagen in 1962 and began to develop the visual idiom through which he has consistently explored the metamorpho­sis of nature in a wealth of articulations and media. Kirkeby emphatically considers himself a painter. This context thus informs an examination of his three-di­mensional works dating from the early eighties, which he produced with traditional sculpting techniques and cast in bronze. In addition, over the course of his career the artist has produced a substantial body of prints that rival his works in other media. This cata­logue is the first juxtaposition of numerous drypoints and woodcuts by the artist with a series of bronzes. A number of miniature woodcuts dating from the fif­ties, which were believed to be lost, have been redis­covered and being published for the first time.

Exhibition: Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München in der Pinakothek der Moderne 3.7.–14.9.2014

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