Ed. by Gisela Clement and Uwe Schröder
Incl. articles by Volker Adolphs and Andreas Denk
96 pp. with 86 col. ill.
21 x 28 cm, hardcover incl. book jacket
2015 Wienand Verlag
Thursday, 7 May 2015, 7 p.m.
Pictures in yellow, blue, and red: since the mid-1990s Detlef Beer has been addressing the independent existence of primary colours, investigating their impact and how they are understood – independent of objective arrangements or even emotional aspects. Consequently works emerge in which Colour Field Painting, Constructivism, and Informel coalesce. In Beer’s most recent works the panel painting is transferred to the wall, which likewise becomes the ground for painting. In this way, not only do the work and ground communicate with each other but also the forms of art and architecture.