Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Text by Hannah Bruckmüller, Damian Christinger, Günther Oberhollenzer.
The latest monograph on Clemens Wolf features his sculptures made from recycled parachutes and wires
This publication surveys the work of Vienna-based artist Clemens Wolf (born 1981), including his early monochrome landscape paintings and Parachute Works—paintings, objects, drawings and sculptures made using discarded parachutes—and abstract Expanded Metal Paintings in which Wolf uses metal as a brush.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited by Clemens Wolf. Text by Gabrielle Berlin, Anne Katrin Fessler, Florian Steininger, Vera Steinkellner.
This book surveys the paintings and installations of Austrian artist Clemens Wolf (born 1981). Abandoned spaces play a crucial role in Wolf’s work--railings, fences and nets on dark primed canvases or positioned within the exhibition space are frequently recurring motifs.