Published by Holzwarth Publications. Text by Sherry Lai.
This catalog documents German artist Anselm Reyle’s (born 1970) exhibition at the Aranya Art Center in China. It features a cross section of his work: abstract canvases and silver foil paintings, roughly molded and brightly colored ceramics, neon works and more, grouped around a kinetic sculpture hanging from the dome of the museum’s auditorium.
Published by Des Moines Art Center. Text by Jeff Fleming. Conversation with Jeff Koons.
With Mylar foil and straw bales, painted stripes and gestural drips, German painter and sculptor Anselm Reyle (born 1970) breathes new life into the motifs of Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, Minimalism and earlier movements, leaving no modernist master untouched in his reprisings of their motifs.
PUBLISHER Des Moines Art Center
BOOK FORMAT Clth, 9.25 x 11.25 in. / 64 pgs / 21 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 6/30/2011 Out of print
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2011 p. 130
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9781879003590TRADE List Price: $35.00 CDN $40.00
Published by DuMont. Edited by Uta Grosenick. Text by Jens Asthoff, Laura Hoptman.
Anselm Reyle (born 1970) uses materials such as PVC film, acrylics, mirrors, concrete and auto paint to produce wild abstractions in paint and sculpture that drip with infectious energy. This massive and luxurious volume is printed on a variety of paper stocks in 11-color, and is the first large-scale survey of his work.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Beatrix Ruf. Essays by Bruce Hainley and Dominic Eichle.
This luxurious four-color album, with two additional fluorescent colors, has been made to the young German artist's specifications. While Reyle is primarily a painter, it is light in particular with which his paintings are concerned, both the light hitting pigment on canvas and, particularly, electric light, pale and acid, from the lamps and neon signs of the modern landscape. His found objects, almost readymades, function, therefore, like indices to his pictorial work. The phosphorescence of the paint, or that the paint gives to the objects, can be understood as a puzzle about a problematic medium, one whose solution here induces a new confidence and surprising expectations and wakes up the gaze. Reyle is represented in New York by Gavin Brown.