Text by Karsten Müller.
Published by Kerber
A glittering personality on the 1970s art scene, Michael Buthe (1944–1994) plundered the world's cultures to make his brightly chaotic drawings, paintings, assemblages and installations (Buthe was among the earliest artists to present room-size installations as works of art). Achieving a balance between delicacy and kitsch, Buthe's work resembles a bizarre amalgam of Jack Smith and Richard Tuttle. This first substantial monograph is a revelation and a delight.
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