Axel Kasseböhmer

Walchensee, Nr. 21 . 2010

+ Sprüth Magers Berlin

Kasseböhmer’s radical approach to painting is the result of a long development as an artist. The painter earned a reputation at the beginning of the nineteen-eighties for his enigmatic paintings that called to mind segments of well-known works from art history. Following this body of work, Kasseböhmer created a series of pictures that used as their starting point large-format landscape photographs, which he over painted until the underlying photograph disappeared. Continue reading Axel Kasseböhmer