Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Anne Simone Krüger, Nicole Busing, Heiko Klaas, Holger Liebs.
The latest monograph on Hamburg-based painter Jochen Hein (born 1960) offers a glimpse into the technical processes behind Hein’s seascapes and landscapes. Reflexion documents the artist’s deft balance of figuration and abstraction, including detail views of painterly illusionism.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited Alexander Sairally.
Extending German Romanticism with contemporary strategies of repetition and permutation, the thickly atmospheric paintings of Jochen Hein (born 1960) offer variations on seascapes (in the fashion of Hiroshi Sugimoto) and woodland scenes--some the size of a notebook, others filling entire walls in museums.