Published by Skira. Text by Scott Indrisek, Tony Godfrey. Edited by Paola Gribaudo.
Constantly shifting between figuration and abstraction, Hüller’s works disassemble their materials—both physically and conceptually—to compose new forms. In his paintings and large-scale etchings, fragmented figures seemingly dance, love, and fight.
Scott Indrisek is editor-in-chief of Modern Painters magazine and a staff writer at artinfo.com. He was formerly the senior editor of Los Angeles–based art and culture magazine Anthem. He lives in Brooklyn and runs a series of satirical blogs, all of which can be found at heavypurring.com.