Published by Kerber. Edited with text by Thomas Köhler, Stefanie Heckmann. Text by Claus Löser, et al.
Born in East Berlin, painter Cornelia Schleime (born 1953) was part of a scene that formed as a countermovement to the official art doctrine of East Germany, and became known in the 1990s for her large-format magical realist paintings and portraits. This catalog offers an overview of her life’s work.
Published by Kerber. Edited and with text by Jean-Christophe Ammann, Anna Wesle.
German artist Cornelia Schleime’s (born 1953) most frequent subject is the female form, merging or coexisting with the kinds of animals one might expect to find in the European countryside--rabbits, deer, turtles and fish. Infused with a subtle eroticism, her paintings, drawings and watercolors exert a fascination that is amply conveyed in this monograph.
Published by Jovis. Edited by Eckhard Hoffmann, Juergen Krieger. Text by Wolfgang Buescher, Christiane Buehling, Cornelia Schleime.
Cornelia Schleime’s (born 1953) works on paper depict a world in which women morph into antlered creatures and rabbits wear hunting coats. Immigrating from East Germany to the West in 1984, Schleime left her early works behind; this catalogue collects her work from that year to the present.
A natural painterly heir to the Metamorphoses of Ovid, German artist Cornelia Schleime (born 1953) delights in transmuting the human form. This publication features her Camouflage series, in which humans and animals coalesce to form zoomorphic hybrid figures.