Raoul de Keyser: Oeuvre

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From his debut in 1964, the widely beloved Belgian painter Raoul de Keyser (1930-2012) pursued and developed a unique compositional sensibility in which distinctions between abstraction and figuration were to dissolve in an intimate, humble sensation of "everydayness". This 240-page volume accompanies the first posthumous retrospective exhibition on de Keyser at the Stedelijk Museum in 2018, and is conceived as the new standard de Keyser monograph. Alongside a detailed account of the development of his art, it contains a comprehensive illustrated chronology, as well as a revelatory chapter on his drawing and photography. Friends and admirers of de Keyser's, such as Tomma Abts, Maria Eichhorn, Werner Feiersinger, Suzan Frecon, Roland Jooris, Thomas Scheibitz and James Welling, contribute comments on his life and work.
ISBN 9783960984573. Walther Konig, Koln.
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From his debut in 1964, the widely beloved Belgian painter Raoul de Keyser (1930-2012) pursued and developed a unique compositional sensibility in which distinctions between abstraction and figuration were to dissolve in an intimate, humble sensation of "everydayness". This 240-page volume accompanies the first posthumous retrospective exhibition on de Keyser at the Stedelijk Museum in 2018, and is conceived as the new standard de Keyser monograph. Alongside a detailed account of the development of his art, it contains a comprehensive illustrated chronology, as well as a revelatory chapter on his drawing and photography. Friends and admirers of de Keyser's, such as Tomma Abts, Maria Eichhorn, Werner Feiersinger, Suzan Frecon, Roland Jooris, Thomas Scheibitz and James Welling, contribute comments on his life and work.
  • Author
    de Keyser, Raoul
  • Publisher
    Walther König, Köln
  • Release
    September 2019
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    240 pages. 27.3 x 20.9 cm
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