Book recommendation: Matthias Bitzer, a retrospective focusing on four of his most representative solo exhibitions.
Matthias Bitzer was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1975. Today he lives and works in Berlin. The German artist is best known for his diverse crossover artworks in which he skillfully combines portraiture and geometric construction. His work is often considered as a revisionist reassessment of classic modernism. With his own techniques, influences and experiences, the German artist loves to illustrate the lives of prominent figures such as Emily Dickinson, Anita Berber, Fernando Pessoa, Jorge Luis Borges, Leopoldo Fregoli, Arthur Schnitzler, and many others.
Published by Distanz, the book documents Bitzer’s artistic evolution through four of his most representative solo exhibitions. On 384 pages, this well written retrospective comprises diverse texts by Augusta Joyce, Roland Nachtigäller, Ursula Ströbele, and Timotheus Vermeulen. For further information, please follow the link below.
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