Published by Walther König, Köln. Text by Daniela Bläsing, Catharina Förster, Wiebke Petersen.
Juxtaposing 54 yoga poses with works by Danish installation artist Jeppe Hein (born 1974), Nothing Is as It Appears highlights the significance of yoga in Hein’s artistic practice. The book features such works as Breath—a collection of hand-blown glass spheres inspired by Pranayama.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Helen Hirsch. Text by Jeppe Hein, Marie-Amélie zu Salm-Salm, Oona Horx-Strathern.
Berlin-based Danish installation artist and sculptor Jeppe Hein (born 1974) explores his interest in breath in the exhibition and eponymous catalog Inhale–Hold–Exhale. The publication includes exhibition photographs, essays and a conversation between Hein and Kunstmuseum director, Helen Hirsch.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Sara Arrhenius, Mattias Givell, Jeppe Hein, Camilla Larsson, Wiebke Petersen. Foreword by Sara Arrhenius, Mattias Givell, Elisabeth Millqvist. Text by Sara Arrhenius, Kirsty Bell, Jeppe Hein, Randall Krantz, Bjarne Villy Larsen, Kay Larson, Elisabeth Millqvist, Nadja U. Prætorius, Winnie Rode, Oliver Stilling.
Danish/German artist Jeppe Hein (born 1974) explores the theme of happiness in sculptures, drawings and installations. A Smile for You includes responses to five questions on the theme posed by Hein, and essays on happiness in art.