Jonathan Meese : Totalste Graphik : die "Diktatur der Kunst" ist immer Totalstgraphik als versachtlichte Führung, wie geil ; + catalogue raissonné 2003-2011 /
herausgegeben von Björn Egging.
Köln : Buchhandlung Walther König, c2011.
224 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. + 1 videodisc (51 min : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
3863350839, 9783863350833
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Köln : Buchhandlung Walther König, c2011.
contents note
Dank un Vorwort / Björn Egging -- Diktatur und Dialektik bei Jonathan Meese / Freiderike Fast -- "Kunst ist immer totale Graphik." Jonathan Meese im Gespräch -- Catalogue raissonné der Druckgraphik 2002-2011 -- Biographie un Einzelausstellungen / Biography and solo shows -- Acknowledgement and Foreword / Björn Egging -- Dictatorship and dialectic in Jonathan Meese / Freiderike Fast -- "Art is always totally graphic." An interview with Jonathan Meese.
language note
Text in German and English.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references.
A Look Inside
Long Description
Over the last 15 years, German artist Jonathan Meese (born 1970) has created around 100 printed works, which are presented here in their entirety along with a formal catalogue raisonné of his print production. The large-format lithographs, etchings and woodcuts generally depict effigies, which serve both as metaphors of cultural history and the alter ego of the artist.
Main Description
This catalogue includes an academic catalogue raisonné of Jonathan Meese's print production up until 2011, and also features an interview with the artist by Björn Eggin.

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