Door Susanne Kuper e.a.
|Auteur||Kuper, Susanne & Ulrike Groos & Vanessa Joan Muller|
|Jaar van uitgave||2007|
|Samenvatting||“Palermo, the name had been found and slowly it came to stand for the hand belonging to the greatest painter of this generation…“, wrote Georg Jappe in 1977, shortly after Peter Heisterkamp (1943-1977), whose artist's pseudonym was Palermo, died unexpectedly at the age of 33. Palermo came to Düsseldorf in 1962 in order to study at the Academy initially under Bruno Goller and then under Joseph Beuys. He developed his unmistakeable abstract pictorial language here and later in the USA (1973-1976) that decisively extended the concept of the picture and explored a new relationship between composition and space. The catalogue discusses Palermo's work and his characteristic method of working. The differing perspectives on Palermo's work coalesce to form a richly facetted image underlining Palermo's overall art historical herit and status.|
|Conditie||Goed — Back cover sl. damaged, removed sticker|
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