Photography by Albrecht Fuchs.
56 pp., 22 color illustrations., 12½x12½".
The centerpiece of this impressive collection of Albrecht Fuchs photographs (nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2008) is Fuchs' photos of the controversial conceptual artist Martin Kippenberger, whose untimely death in 1997 cemented his reputation as the enfant terrible of contemporary German art. In a homage to the Dawson City; but wherever the two worked together, they struck sparks of creativity. The book is published in an oversized format, carefully printed with rich full color reproductions. An amazing follow up to Fuchs past publication, Portraits, and a must-have for Kippenberger followers.
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