Bernd Zimmer

Everything Flows. Painting

Edited by the Museum Angerlehner

Bernd Zimmer

Edited by the Museum Angerlehner

Distributed for Hirmer Publishers

With Essays by R. Hirner, J. Holzmann, and J. Schilling
144 pages | 85 color plates | 8 1/4 x 10 1/2 | © 2015
Cloth $42.00 ISBN: 9783777425122 Published May 2016 For sale in North America and Japan only
A representative of Germany’s “Junge Wilde,” or Wild Youth, movement, Bernd Zimmer has developed an unmistakable style characterized by a combination of abstract painting and representationalism. His oeuvre, shaped by his profound experience with nature and the world, reflects a broad spectrum of subjects, from the waterfalls, shore scenes, and dense vegetation of his Cosmos paintings to the freely floating light reflexes in his most recent series, Swimming Light.
           
Published to accompany exhibitions at the Kunstmuseum Heidenheim in Germany and the Museum Angerlehner in Austria, Everything Flows is the first catalog to spotlight the paintings of the Swimming Light series. Accompanying essays by R. Hirner, J. Holzmann, and J. Schilling examine how the flowing transitions among the Swimming Light paintings give expression to their internal coherence, creating an eventful implementation of natural events and perception. Featuring eighty-five full-color illustrations, Everything Flows provides not only a comprehensive overview of these stunning paintings, but also a valuable look at the work of this important German artist.
Contents
Painting, nature and understanding on the concept of the exhibition »Everything flows«
René Hirner 

COSMOS. IM Anfang…

Spiegelwasser. Reflexion

Image and Consciousness
Bernd Zimmer: Painting as World Experience 

Wasserfall. LAVA

Kristallwelt

Emotion and Calculation
Jürgen Schilling

Schwimmendes Licht

Biografie. Ausstellungen
Impressum
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