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Blalla W. Hallmann (†1997), who is seen as an exceptional case within the art scene in the German post-war era, focused intensively on his times: impasto pictures with mythical landscapes are next to scenes of psychological borderline experiences that give form to the isolation of the individual in a world full of suspicion and envy. German history, the omnipotence of the Church and State, child abuse and the oppression of children, never-ending exploitation, malice and violence are his themes. Theoretical contributions by renowned scientists illu-minate various aspects of Hallmann’s work. This publication is the first monograph on the artist.

The monograph is out of stock. Remaining copies can be ordered from the editor Matthias Reichelt by e-mail or phone: +49 16097376690.

EditorMatthias Reichelt und Institut für moderne Kunst Nürnberg
TextsBarbara Kalender, Udo Kittelmann, Titus Milech, Matthias Reichelt, Jörg Schröder, Klaus Theuerkauf, Klaus Theweleit, Anja Zimmermann,
DesignBüro bildwechsel, Berlin /
DetailsHardcover, 30 x 21 cm, 240 pages, 213 ills. in color, 22 ills. in b/w
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