Published by Kerber. Text by Walter Grasskamp, Constanze Malissa, Klaus Albrecht Schröder.
German artist Ben Willikens (born 1939) achieved global notoriety in the late 1970s for his precisely composed, large-format paintings depicting deserted interior spaces. This catalog presents nearly 50 works made by Willikens between 1971 and 2021, thus spanning the artist’s entire oeuvre.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Siegfried Weishaupt. Text by Walter Grasskamp.
German artist Ben Willikens (born 1969) is best known for his paintings of deserted places in which time seems to stand still, though his oeuvre—including drawings, watercolors, photographs and more—is far more extensive. This comprehensive survey is the first to feature Willikens’ work from the past two decades.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Hans-Werner Schmidt. Text by Dieter Bartetzko, Walter Grasskamp, Richard Hüttel, et al.
German artist Ben Willikens (born 1939) has created an expansive ceiling painting for the light-filled hall of the Leipzig Museum of Fine Arts. His "Leipzig Firmament" assembles quotes from past key works to form a visual encyclopedia of his entire oeuvre.