Published by Kerber. Text by Zdenek Felix, Veit Loers.
This book documents Thomas Zipp's (born 1966) contribution to the 55th Venice Biennale, 2013. For the occasion, the German artist constructed a replica of a psychiatric unit, playing the part of both patient and doctor himself.
This catalogue documents a recent installation piece by German artist Thomas Zipp (born 1966) for which he transformed the Kunstraum Innsbruck into a psychedelic laboratory: an environment filled with sculptures, drawings, portraits, Hammond organs and other objects arranged into a type of chapel and brought to life through music and stage performances.
Published by Kerber. Edited by Guido W. Baudach. Text by Beate Ermacora, Werner Marx.
This sophisticated exhibition catalogue dedicated to the Berlin-based installation artist Thomas Zipp features vellum inserts, a fold-out poster and die-cut and hand-torn pages, giving it the precise feeling of actually walking through one of Zipp's famously sinister-seeming installations.
Samoa, The Family of Pills & The Return of the Subreals
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Guido W. Baudach. Essays by Zdenek Felix, Thomas Groetz and Veit Loers.
Thomas Zipp, born in 1966, studied under Martin Kippenberger in Frankfurt and then continued at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. His imagery blends New Age thought patterns with provocative spiritual irony: religion, cults, myths, drugs and violence. Achtung! Vision presents his paintings, drawings, collages and installations since 2003, including a number of very new and never-before-seen works.