Published by Kerber. Text by Ralph Dutli, Oliver Kornhoff, Jutta Mattern, Monika Rinck.
Accompanying a comprehensive solo exhibition at the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, this book features works by Berlin-based figurative painter Jonas Burgert (born 1969)—known for his large-scale fantastical paintings of surreal, near-apocalyptic scenes—including new site-specific paintings, sculptures and small-format portraits.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Jess Fletcher, Christine Albrecht. Text by Will Self, Anouchka Grose.
This publication highlights the figurative and representational work of German painter Jonas Burgert (born 1969). Burgert is known for monumental paintings in which crowds of ghostly characters mingle and converge, as well as for his pointed use of bright colors among otherwise natural tones.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Heinrich Dietz, Veit Görner. Foreword by Veit Görner. Text by Dorothée Brill. Converstaion with Heinrich Dietz.
Jonas Burgert’s oil paintings stage human figures in fantastical scenarios populated by archaic forms and surreal beings, all rendered with opulent detail. This volume provides full-color documentation of Burgert’s newest works and his output from the past few years.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Daniel J. Schreiber, Hans Peter Wipplinger. Text by Karin Pernegger, Daniel J. Schreiber, H.P. Wipplinger.
Rich in existential and allegorical resonance, the paintings of Jonas Burgert (born 1969) are peopled with surreal, foreboding characters such as warriors, beggars, harlequins, shamans and hybrid ghouls that seem pitched on the brink of some harrowing personal or apocalyptic moment. This volume surveys works from 2003 to 2010.