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Jonathan Meese: Totale Neutralitat

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In a torrent of collages, drawings, photos of the artist and bold Teutonic graphics, Jonathan Meese's Totale Neutralitat expresses his dream of a utopian "dictatorship of art," with the credo that "art must be more radical than reality, then the evil spirits don't stand a chance." This artist's book includes a DVD showing Meese at work, installing an exhibition and in his ...more
Hardcover, 150 pages
Published August 31st 2009 by Walther Konig
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Jonathan Meese is a contemporary German artist. His works include paintings, sculptures, performances and installation or a combination of all of the above. He calls himself the "Ant of art", a pun on the resemblance of the german word for ant, Ameise, and his last name, but it is also a description of his mode of operation: he is constantly in action for the sake of art. He also designs theater ...more