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From mirrors as canvases to computer paintings, this is the definitive monograph of Albert Oehlen’s work to date. In the so-called death of painting, Oehlen found instead its enlivenment, expanding his practice by setting rules explicitly designed to overcome convention.
A must-have for anyone serious about contemporary art and the future of painting practice.
Limited Collector's Edition of 1,000 numbered copies, numbered and signed by Albert Oehlen.
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