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  • Author:
    Eberhard Havekost
  • ISBN:
    3883758884
  • ISBN13:
    978-3883758886
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    Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig (October 31, 2004)
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    144 pages
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Eberhard Havekost (1967 – 5 July 2019) was a contemporary German painter based in. .2004 Graphik 1999-2004, Dresden. 2004 Marvel, Anton Kern Gallery, New York. 2003 Centre d& contemporain Georges Pompidou, Cajarc

Eberhard Havekost (1967 – 5 July 2019) was a contemporary German painter based in Berlin and Dresden, who exhibited internationally. 2003 Centre d& contemporain Georges Pompidou, Cajarc. 2003 dynamic UND, Inside the White Cube, London.

Eberhard Havekost's artworks, biography and articles 1999 Persuasion: Tales of Comerce and the Avant Garde, University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY Zauber haft, Am Brauhaus 5, Dresden.

Eberhard Havekost's artworks, biography and articles. Based in Dresden, Eberhard Havekost often paints the city’s modernist-style buildings as a means to reference 20th century post-war politics and failed utopian vision. 1999 Persuasion: Tales of Comerce and the Avant Garde, University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY Zauber haft, Am Brauhaus 5, Dresden Mietfrei, Galerie Gebr Lehmann, Dresden Wege der Deutschen 1949-1999, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin In Augenhöhe, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin Malerei, INIT Kunst-Halle, Berlin Pictures of Pictures, Norwich School of Art and Design, Bristol Bilder aus Städten, Dresdner Bank, Frankfurt

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2004 Graphik 1999-2004,, Dresden. Eberhard Havekost : Anton Kern Gallery. Eberhard Havekost at Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA.

2004 Graphik 1999-2004,, Dresden. Eberhard Havekost – Painting – Saatchi Gallery. Eberhard Havekost on Artcyclopedia. Christopher Knight (July 24, 2005), A portal to the new Berlin Los Angeles Times.

Graphik 1999-2004,, Dresden. dynamic UND, Inside the White Cube, London Beauty Walks A Razors Edge, Galerie Gebr Lehmann, Dresden Lieu d’ Art Contemporain, Sigean Centre d’ Art Contemporain, Cajarc McTREK CAMP 4, Galerie Johnen+Schöttle, Köln. Johnson, Ken Eberhard Havekost, The New York Times, April 7 Scott, Andrea Eberhard Havekost, The New Yorker, March 20 Schwendener, Martha Eberhard Havekost, Flash Art, Summer Cash, Stephanie Eberhard Havekost, Art in America, December Guth, Peter Habe Mut! Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, January 14. 1999.

Artwork page for ‘Ghost 1’, Eberhard Havekost, 2004 These works are based on a media photograph of rapper Eminem

Artwork page for ‘Ghost 1’, Eberhard Havekost, 2004 These works are based on a media photograph of rapper Eminem. Ghost 1 2004 is a tall, narrow painting by the German artist Eberhard Havekost that depicts a hooded male figure, seen from behind and filling most of the composition. The figure’s arms are bent at the elbow so that his hands are obscured, and he leans forward slightly, away from the viewer, with his head held upright.

vanaf 1997; Havekost is woonachtig en werkzaam in Berlijn (2007). T. Burg, 'Ein Prozess der Loslösung - Zum Verhältnis von Malerei un Graphik im Werk Eberhard Havekosts', in: Dresdener Kunstblätter, Jrg. 48, 0. 004, p. 369-374. Bastian 2007 (zie hits in 'RKDlibrary'), p. 172. Documentation RKD.

Eberhard Havekost’s enigmatic, quasi-abstract paintings are based on tightly cropped, digitally altered photographs. Havekost’s approach is rooted in the painting process rather than a narrative impulse. Remaking the photographic fragments as larger paintings establishes a unique relationship between source material and end product-rather than a source for his subject matter, his photographs serve as a sort of sketch of an underlying structure, a launching point for a more improvisational practice.