Karlheinz Bux
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Editor(s)

Carmela Thiele, Christine Reeh-Peters, Michael Hübl

Author(s)

Rebecca Herlemann, Ingrid Pfeiffer

Cover

Hardcover

Size

16,5 x 24,5 cm

Pages

96

Illustrations

60

Design

Neues Sortiment

Language(s)

German

ISBN

978-3-947563-06-7

Clarity, Complexity, and Linearity

The defining artistic means in the work of Karlheinz Bux (b. 1952 in Ulm, lives and works in Karlsruhe) is the line. As edges and folds, they determine vertically oriented sculptures, which simultaneously convey compactness and openness, dynamism and repose. In Bux’s pencil drawings and photo-based works, they form the subject of the image in the form of complex linear structures. This present book documents the artist’s large-format works and provides insight into his oeuvre, with texts by Michael Hübl, Christine Reeh-Peters, and Carmela Thiele.

Karlheinz Bux studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe and taught as a lecturer at Pforzheim University and as a visiting professor at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences. His works are represented in private and public collections, including the Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, the Hurrle Collection, and the Würth Collection.

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