Together with Edition Sabine Knust the portfolio „Für die Pinakothek der Moderne“ was published in 1994 in order to support the new museum building in Munich.

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Hand-signed by artist, recto signed and numbered
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Galerie Klüser

Markus Lüpertz is known for his expressively rendered paintings and sculptures, which often merge abstraction and representation. His career first gained traction in the early 1960s, and he was the head of the Düsseldorf Art Academy, one of Germany’s most acclaimed art schools, for 22 years. In his work, Lüpertz combines references to popular culture, biblical and mythological themes and protagonists, and his country’s history and culture, including the Nazi era. His series of paintings of military helmets and other wartime symbols caused controversy in the 1970s, initiating a fraught relationship between him and the viewing public. “You cannot understand the artist in his time, you can only love or hate him,” Lüpertz has said.

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Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions
2019
"Markus Lüpertz: Dans l'Atelier"Michael Werner Gallery
"Markus Lüpertz: Dans l'Atelier"Michael Werner Gallery
2015
Markus Lüpertz: RetrospectiveMusée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
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Männer ohne Frauen - Parzival (from the portfolio "Für die Pinakothek der Moderne"), 1995

Etching (dry-point, sugarlift)
31 1/2 × 23 3/5 in
80 × 60 cm
Edition of 98
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Munich
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Together with Edition Sabine Knust the portfolio „Für die Pinakothek der Moderne“ was published in …

Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, recto signed and numbered
Publisher
Galerie Klüser

Markus Lüpertz is known for his expressively rendered paintings and sculptures, which often merge abstraction and representation. His career first gained traction in the early 1960s, and he was the head of the Düsseldorf Art Academy, one of Germany’s most acclaimed art schools, for 22 years. In his work, Lüpertz combines references to popular culture, biblical and mythological themes and protagonists, and his country’s history and culture, including the Nazi era. His series of paintings of military helmets and other wartime symbols caused controversy in the 1970s, initiating a fraught relationship between him and the viewing public. “You cannot understand the artist in his time, you can only love or hate him,” Lüpertz has said.

Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions (3)
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