Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Dorothée Brill. Text by Dorothée Brill, Kathleen Bühler, Hubertus Gassner, et al.
This volume offers an overview of German painter Norbert Bisky's (born 1970) provocative and complex art. Pushing the boundaries of representation, many of Bisky's figurative paintings are suffused with densely packed body parts caught in flood waves and wedged into one another.
Published by Jovis Art. Edited by Juergen Krieger.
German painter Norbert Bisky (born 1970) first came to prominence in the 1990s, with works that brought together elements of old German masterpieces, Socialist Realism and contemporary pop culture. Paraisópolis focuses on the artist’s watercolors of the past four years, a group of 50–60 works.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited by Stefan Banz. Text by Raphael Gygax, Judith Welter, Christoph Doswald, Soledad Garcia.
Inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s miniaturization of his oeuvre for his “Box in a Suitcase,” Norbert Bisky repainted his most significant painting of each year from 2001 to 2011 on 5 x 2 inch canvases on the occasion of his exhibition at the Kunsthalle Marcel Duchamp in Switzerland. This volume reproduces all of the works in full color, along with commentary by Bisky.
Rising Berlin-based figurative painter Norbert Bisky presents works from 1998-2007 alongside works by other artists who have been influential--among them Jim Dine, Katharina Grosse, Nicole Eisenman and his teacher Georg Baselitz. Motifs range from overexposed propaganda images from his childhood in the GDR to the dark spaces of our present moment.