Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Yves Guignard, et al. Interview by Chus Martínez.
In his paintings, Swiss artist Niklaus Manuel Güdel (born 1988) assigns a void to the actual pictorial subject: the people or animals he portrays are only roughly outlined, though we recognize the shapes--our brain fills in any visual absence. His most recent series Comme un blanc addresses the terrors of war.