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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Katja Hesch,Albert Oehlen
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    3935567316
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    978-3935567312
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    Holzwarth Publications; Bilingual edition (March 1, 2006)
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    36 pages
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Albert Oehlen: Mirror Paintings. As Albert Oehlen points out, artists have often depicted mirrors.

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Albert Oehlen (born 17 September 1954) is a contemporary German artist. Oehlen lives and works in Bühler and Segovia. Born in Krefeld, West Germany, in 1954, Oehlen moved to Berlin in 1977, where he worked as a waiter and decorator with his friend, the artist Werner Büttner. He graduated from the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, in 1978. Along with Martin Kippenberger and Georg Herold, Oehlen was a member of Berlin "bad boy" group.

AboutSee all. Contact Albert Oehlen on Messenger. Albert Oehlen Paints Post-Painting. The German artist is the foremost practitioner of a medium in decline. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 20 October 2008. Albert Oehlen updated their cover photo.

Browse the works and learn more about Albert Oehlen. Find upcoming and past auctions and exhibitions featuring their work at Phillips. Sell with us. We are inviting consignment submissions for Albert Oehlen. Submit Now. Albert Oehlen.

Albert Oehlen Paintings Are Brutal Pictures From mirrors as canvases to computer paintings, this is the definitive .

Albert Oehlen Paintings Are Brutal Pictures. From mirrors as canvases to computer paintings, this is the definitive monograph of Albert Oehlen. In the so-called death of painting, Oehlen found. Published by TASCHEN Books: Abstract Art - Abstract Expressionism - Ai Weiwei - Alchemy & Mysticism - Art of the Century. Albert Oehlen's paintings are brutal pictures, made and then destroyed, his bright colours and organic shapes wiped out in a furious uncontrollable stroke. Albert Oehlen at Max Hetzler.

Learn about the work and career of artist Albert Oehlen. Within their individual self-imposed parameters Carroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen continually test the possibilities of painting, experimenting with techniques, surfaces, and structures in an independent manner

Learn about the work and career of artist Albert Oehlen. Within their individual self-imposed parameters Carroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen continually test the possibilities of painting, experimenting with techniques, surfaces, and structures in an independent manner. Nowhere is this more evident than in regard to the subject of trees, which both artists have repeatedly included in their work and interpreted in their own ways.

As Albert Oehlen points out, artists have often depicted mirrors. But in this case he's built real mirrors into each work. With them, he collages the real space in front of the painting with its pictorial space, at once subverting the glass's iconographic significance and inviting the viewer into the picture--only to throw him back out again.