Seven sounds, seven circles

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Kunsthaus Bregenz, Jul 31, 2009 - Art - 156 pages
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This monograph is a compendium of Lothar Baumgarten's work and artistic thinking. The various essential aspects of his work, such as language, architecture, photography and history are highlighted in four essays. A current interview with the artist, conducted by Christian Rattemeyer, a biography of his work and a well-informed introduction by co-editor Kaira Cabaņas make this publication the first seminal book on Lothar Baumgarten. As with many of the artist's previous book projects, the form and typograph of both these publications were conceived by Walter Nikkels for and with Lothar Baumgarten. English text.

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Lothar Baumgarten was born in 1944 in Rheinsberg, Germany. His work has been exhibited extensively in Europe at the Witte de With, Rotterdam; the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, and in North America at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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