Sale: 513 / Post War / Contemporary Art II, Dec. 11. 2020 in Munich Lot 63

 
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Gerhard Hoehme
Osmose (2-teilig), 1969.
Acrylic on canvas with cotton wool and PVC tube...
Estimate:
€ 20,000 - 30,000

 
$ 23,400 - 35,100

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Lot description
Osmose (2-teilig). 1969.
Acrylic on canvas with cotton wool and PVC tubes and bags in mirror frame, mounted on panel.
Hoehme 69-22. Canvas signed and dated in upper right, as well as signed, titled and with a direction arrow on verso. Additionally signed and titled on the stretcher. Mounted dimensions ca. 290 x 200 x 65 cm (114.1 x 78.7 x 25.5 in).

PROVENANCE: Private collection Rhineland (acquired directly from the artist).
Private collection Stuttgart.

EXHIBITION: (selection)
Deutscher Künstlerbund. 17th exhibition, Kunstverein Hanover, 1969, cat. no. 168 with black-and.white illu. (with a label on the stretcher).
Hoehme. Relationen, Städtisches Museum, Wiesbaden 1971, cat. with black-and-white illu.
G. Hoehme, Arbeiten seit 1953, Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal / Kunsthalle Kiel, 1974/75, cat. no. 42, with black-and-white illu. on p. 34.
Gerhard Hoehme. Bilder, Städtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf / Kunstverein Heidelberg, 1979, cat. no. 88, black-and-white illu. on pp. 106 and 107.
Gerhard Hoehme. Visuelle Instrumente, Städtische Galerie, Lüdenscheid, with black-and-white illu. on p. 43.
Gerhard Hoehme. in ein ander über, Kunstverein im Steinernen Haus am Römerberg, Frankfurt a. M., 1985, with illu. on p. 31.
Gerhard Hoehme, Stux Gallery, New York, 1989, with illu.
Gerhard Hoehme 1960-1988, Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1991, cat. no. 8, with illu. on p. 20.
Gerhard Hoehme. Wir haben den Kosmos in uns, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, 1992, with illu. on p. 41.
Gerhard Hoehme. Die Schnur ist die plastische Form des heraklit'schen Denkens, Universität Schloss Hohenheim, Hohenheim 1997, cat. no. 6, with illu.

LITERATURE: Hoehme. I quadri sono instrumenti, ex. cat. Galleria Senior, Rome 1970, with black-and-white illu.
Johann Heinrich Müller, Gerhard Hoehme, in: Das Kunstwerk, XXVIII. 1975, issue 2, black-and-white illu. on p. 28.
Giulio Carlo Argan und Hans Peter Thurn, Gerhard Hoehme. Werk und Zeit 1948-1983, Stuttgart und Zürich 1983, black-and-white illu. on p. 163.
Gerhard Hoehme. Das offene Bild, ex. cat. Kunstverein Braunschweig and Overbeck-Gesellschaft Lübeck, Brunswick 1984, black-and-white illu. on p. 39.
"The string is a kind of sensor. It emerges from the picture towards the observer in order [..] to suspend the distance between observer and picture, to invite the observer to enter the picture. This way the picture is no longer a strange counterpart. Thus he creates a sort of transition between image space and our own reality [..]'"
Walter Biemel, in: Begegnung mit Gerhard Hoehme, ex. cat. Düsseldorf 1992, p. 91.

Called up: December 11, 2020 - ca. 15.02 h +/- 20 min.

 


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