Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by GŁnther Holler-Schuster. Text by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Robert Fleck, Annelie Pohlen.
Alois Mosbacher (born 1954) is a representative of Austria's Neue Malerei (New Painting) movement of the 1980s. This publication shows the progression of Mosbacher's career with plates of early as well as recent works, illustrating his early personal mythology and his more recent use of photography and mass media.
Published by Kerber. Essays by Brigitte Huck, Matthias Herrmann and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Here is the premier of Alois Mosbacher's block of works developed over the last few years, comprising over 80 pictures and revolving around the theme of the woods as a space for outsiders and drop-outs. By interlocking the classical media of painting and drawing with the language of computer games, Mosbacher expands his image-based research into complex and often eerie narratives that present contemporary meanings of the woods on various levels.