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Volker Hüller
Text by: Scott Indrisek Edited by: Paola Gribaudo Text by: Tony Godfrey
9788857232843 Hardcover English ART / Individual Artists / Monographs Aug 15, 2017
$47.00 CAD
Inactive 8.09 x 11 in 104 pages Rizzoli Skira
Constantly shifting between figuration and abstraction, Hüller’s works disassemble their materials—both physically and conceptually—to compose new forms. In his paintings and large-scale etchings, fragmented figures seemingly dance, love, and fight.

Volker Hüller is a Berlin-based painter, printmaker, and installation artist with a background in graphic design.

His works include large-scale hand-coloured etchings, portrait paintings, mixed-media collages and sculpture in various materials

Hueller’s exhibitions include individual shows at Timothy Taylor, London (2010, 2013); Produzentegalerie, Hamburg (2009, 2012); Eleven Rivington, NY (2009, with Salon 94; and 2011); Grimm Fine Art, Amsterdam (2009, 2012); and group shows at Saatchi Gallery, London (2011) and the Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg (2010).

Scott Indrisek is editor-in-chief of Modern Painters magazine and a staff writer at artinfo.com. He was formerly the senior editor of Los Angeles–based art and culture magazine Anthem. He lives in Brooklyn and runs a series of satirical blogs, all of which can be found at heavypurring.com.

Author Residence: Brooklyn, NY

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