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T.F.T. Müllenbach

With Essays by Elke Bippus and Juri Steiner and a Conversation between Beatrix Ruf and Thomas Müllenbach
German-born artist Thomas Müllenbach deliberately plays with our everyday perceptions of the ordinary and familiar in order to undermine our collective ideas of sense, value, and purpose. This richly illustrated new book features a range of Müllenbach’s paintings and drawings that press against the limits of painting and engage deliberately with the discipline of art history. Published to accompany a recent exhibition at the Kunsthalle Zurich, the book focuses on Müllenbach’s more recent works, many of which he created specifically for the show. Essays by Elke Bippus and Juri Steiner and a conversation between Müllenbach and curator Beatrix Ruf round out the volume.

136 pages | 53 color plates | 9 x 13 | © 2015

Art: Art--General Studies

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Table of Contents

Introduction – Beatrix Ruf
The Original after the Reproduction or the Evading Images: On Thomas Müllenbach’s Halboriginale – Elke Bippus
At the Über-end – Juri Steiner
Viewed from Below, a Table is Quite a Sensation.  A Conversation between Thomas Müllenbach and Beatrix Ruf

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