Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited with text by Diana Baldon, Moritz Küng. Text by Anja Dorn.
Vienna-based artist Heimo Zobernig (born 1958) has achieved wide recognition for his sculptures, paintings, videos and performances. This catalogue raisonné offers an original and comprehensive overview of his 114 artist’s books, monographs and exhibition catalogues, as well as 117 posters.
Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz. Text by Penelope Curtis, Yilmaz Dziewior, Thomas Trummer, Heimo Zobernig.
This catalogue features large-format installation views of Austrian painter and sculptor Heimo Zobernig’s (born 1958) architectural installations at the Kunsthaus Bregenz. The new piece is placed in the context of the artist’s earlier works in order to document his development as an interventionist.
Published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nurnberg. Edited with text by Heinrich Dietz, Clément Minighetti.
This publication examines Austrian multimedia artist Heimo Zobernig's (born 1958) work with painting, sculpture, architecture, graphic and furniture design, video, performance and music. Focusing on simple, geometric forms of abstraction, Zobernig uses everyday materials such as cardboard, styrofoam, pressboard, linen and fluorescent lights.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Text by Jürgen Bock, Achim Hochdörfer, Andrew Renton, Gertrud Sandqvist.
Through a variety of media including painting, sculpture, video, installation, architectural interventions and performance art, the work of Vienna-based artist Heimo Zobernig (born 1958) calls into question conventional art narratives. This publication traces his career from the 1980s to the present.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Beatrix Ruf. Text by Gregor Stemmrich.
For his retrospective at the Kunsthalle Zurich, currently housed at the Museum Bärengasse, Austrian artist Heimo Zobernig (born 1958) reworked his entire oeuvre of video works and cardboard and board objects by submerging the exhibition in red light. This publication reviews Zobernig’s career from 1985 to the present and addresses his approach to the retrospective.
Published by Walther König. Edited by Moritz Kueng.
Austrian conceptualist Heimo Zobernig's artist's book Stellproblemen (which means "set-problems," and is purposely misspelled in German) addresses notions of permutation, repetition, alter ego, facsimile, dummy copy, imitation, mimicry, proxy, substitution and coincidence, all of which are inscribed into the book's design and illustrated throughout.