Walter Pichler is one of the most important visionary artists of the present day. His paintings, objects, installations and architectures, which declare the site of art itself to be the object, reflect a radical spatial and temporal aura. The starting point of all works is drawing, which, together with sculpture, spans a subtle narrative network. Pichler observes and shapes the world: in favor of representation with reduced means, he unites micro and macrocosm.
MAK Museum for Applied Arts Vienna
Jung und Jung
Salzburg and Vienna, 2011
Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Walter Pichler, Bärbel Vischer, Peter Noever
125 pages, 90 illustrations in colour
23.5 x 28 1.2 cm
The book was published as part of the homonymous exhibition at MAK Vienna (27.9.2011–26.2.2012). ↱
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