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  • ISBN: 0922678103
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  • Publisher: VREJ BAGHOOMIAN GALLERY; 1st HARDCOVER edition (January 1, 1991)
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ANTON HENNING ePub download

A survey of Henning's work-which connects an abstract, ornamental stylistic vocabulary with avant-garde. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Anton Henning (born 1964 in Berlin) is a German artist who specializes in painting, sculpture and movies. Anton Henning lived in London until the late 1980s and then in New York City. From the mid-1990s, he had his first solo exhibitions. In 2007, along with his solo exhibition, he made a name for himself as an artistic designer of furniture and interiors.

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Henning works in a wide array of mediums, though he is perhaps best known for his paintings in which the looping lines and overlapping fragments of planes appear to break away from the two-dimensional space of the canvas.

Blue Chip Representation. Henning works in a wide array of mediums, though he is perhaps best known for his paintings in which the looping lines and overlapping fragments of planes appear to break away from the two-dimensional space of the canvas.

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Anton Henning – Too Much Skin, Taste & Turpentine. During the preparations for Anton Henning’s exhibition at Magasin 3, I made several trips to the artist’s studio in Manker outside Berlin. In one of our conversations, I described him as a conceptual painter with too much talent. That made Anton laugh heartily, as he often does. In those initial encounters with his art, I was struck by its power and the obvious mastery of the actual painting itself