Published by DuMont. Edited by Susanne Rennert, Walter Smerling. Text by Gottlieb Leinz, Beat Wismer.
Gerhard Hoehme (1920–1989) was a protagonist of 1950s German Action Painting, and an early interpreter of the picture plane as an “energy field.” In the mid-1960s he began to incorporate sewing patterns, tablecloth, foil and colored polyethylene into his pictures. Restlessness Grows surveys the arc of Hoehme's career.