Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Edited by Alexander Linn.
Editor Alexander Linn has gathered a selection of press releases, letters, interviews and conversations, prose and poetry by painter André Butzer (born 1973). Butzer was cofounder of Academy Isotrop in Hamburg in the mid-’90s, and rose to become one of the internationally most influential and controversial painters after 2000.
Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Edited by Christian Malycha, Josef Zekoff.
This publication features the latest works by German painter André Butzer (born 1973). Abandoning his recent exploration of abstraction, here Butzer returns to his distinctive grotesque, childlike style with ten large-scale paintings of women.
This publication offers a comprehensive survey of works by German painter André Butzer (born 1973) created between 1994 and 2014—from his early figural works combining styles of cartoons and high culture to his abstract color-field works and recent N-Paintings.
Published by Holzwarth Publications. Text by Philipp Schwalb. Interview by Daniel Mendel-Black.
German painter André Butzer (born 1973) is known for his roughly executed figure paintings in a style he once labeled "sci-fi expressionism." This book highlights his recent black-and-white color-field paintings that explore two anti-geometrical rectangles and their balancing act between motion and stasis.