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Gerhard Berger

Between Worlds

Through decades of artistic production, Gerhard Berger has fashioned a unique visual language. His abstract representation of human figures takes root in the great myths and religious symbols of the world’s cultures, exploring the human experience of power and powerlessness. This extensive study of Berger’s diverse works traces the artist’s labored and deliberate sketching process and his characteristic use of typographic techniques, inviting observers to read and analyze the play of forms in his visual universe.

128 pages | 60 color plates | 6 x 9 3/4 | © 2018

Jürgen B. Tesch

Art: Art--General Studies

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