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Herbert Brandl
24/7

Catalogue, 2021
21.0 × 28.5cm, 128 pages 

Details:
Hardcover
21.0 × 28.5cm
128 pages
Illustrations in color
German/​English 

Edited by:
Sandro Droschl, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, 2020

With texts by:
Robert Fleck, Christoph Bruckner, Sandro Droschl

Graphic design:
Nik Thoenen, Maia Gusberti (Bern/​Wien)

Publisher:
Koenig Books, London

ISBN:
9783960987840

Acknowledgements:
This publication has been supported by Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna; Galerie Bärbel Grässlin, Frankfurt; Knust Kunz Gallery Editions, Munich; Thomas Angermair, Vienna

22.00 €

inkl. Versand 

Text

The catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition 24/7 (10.23.20203.7.2021) at Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien.

The in the exhibition 24/7 shown works from Herbert Brandl clarify his fundamental artistic approach to painting. Painting is examined here not only in terms of its nature and its circumstances, but rather as one medium among many, which in addition to fundamental compositional and tactical considerations, leads to an interest in the intermediate. The accompanying publication includes Brandl’s artistic orientation and positioning lie in his ongoing preoccupation with art, and his special attention in conceptual strategies for dealing with painting. Furthermore, a thoroughly emotional and intuitive play with criteria associated with the medium, such as composition, hatching, texture, etc., in the concrete painting process inspires Brandl’s incredible feeling for colorfulness and depth to the finished work.

Herbert Brandl: 24/7

Participating artists

Herbert Brandl

*1959 Graz, lives in Vienna

studied under Herbert Tasquil and Peter Weibel at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. From 2004 to 2019 Brandl was a professor at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. His works have been shown at the Biennale de Paris (1985), the São Paulo Art Biennale (1989), Documenta IX (1992), Kunsthalle Basel (1999), the Neue Galerie in the Künstlerhaus Graz (2002), Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (2009) and the Albertina, Vienna (2011), among others. In 2007 Brandl represented Austria at the Venice Biennale.