Photographs by Tim Eitel. Essays by Marin Shick and Markus Stegmann.
120 pp., 69 color illustrations, 9½x11½".
Born in 1971, painter Tim Eitel is one of the leading representatives of the Leipzig school, and belongs to a group of young German artists currently giving impetus to the return of painting to contemporary art. Eitel creates sharply observed, figurative, and non-judgmental images of his generation and their social and cultural interaction. His painterly oeuvre is reminiscent of photographic and film images of the 1990s. Accompanies the exhibition at the Museum zu Allerheiligen/ Kunstverein Schaffhausen and features the majority of Eitel’s paintings to date.
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