Albert Oehlen (Hand Signed)
The definitive monograph of Albert Oehlen’s work to date. From mirrors as canvases to computer paintings, Oehlen sets rules explicitly designed to overcome convention. After realizing that the so-called death of painting freed him to explore “the number of aspects through which one could expand painting,” Oehlen started work on a wide variety of figurative and non-objective offerings, in what he has called his “post-non-figurative” art. This XL monograph—written by Robert Ohrt, John Corbett, Klaus Kertess, and Martin Prinzhorn, and edited by Hans Werner Hohlzwarth—covers the entire scope of Oehlen’s remarkable body of work. Available in a limited collector’s edition of 1,000 numbered copies, each one numbered and signed by Oehlen himself.
- Hardcover presented in a clamshell box
- 13” x 17.3”
- 660 pages
© Albert Oehlen
To learn more about the Broad collection and this artist, please visit https://www.thebroad.org/art/albert-oehlen
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