MARKUS UHR. TWELVE STEP PROGRAM

MARKUS UHR. TWELVE STEP PROGRAM

MARKUS UHR (1974-)

Markus Uhr (*1974) is driven to that which goes unnoticed, to the forsaken, self-descriptive instant. He is in search of “non-moments” or, as he puts it, "the white spots that hold the world together." Always carrying his camera with him, he finds images in his immediate environment which depict the gaps in our everyday lives.

In this publication, the artist uncovers a melancholy that Freud defined as "a sadness that cannot be specified and is not directed at anything," through his collages, photographs, and drawings. From the arrangement of the images, the configurations of series and sequences, varied possible readings emerge. 

Published with the Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zurich.

Markus Uhr (born in 1974 in Baar, Switzerland, Uhr lives and works in Leipzig) won the Guggenheim Award as well as the Swiss Art Award in 2007.






 

 

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Emne Nutidskunst
Kunstner UHR, Markus
Forfatter Patrick Huber & Markus Uhr
Sprog Tysk tekst
Illustrationer 62 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 21 cm / 64 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag JRP/Ringier
Antikvarisk
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ISBN 9783905829471
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MARKUS UHR (1974-)

Markus Uhr (*1974) is driven to that which goes unnoticed, to the forsaken, self-descriptive instant. He is in search of “non-moments” or, as he puts it, "the white spots that hold the world together." Always carrying his camera with him, he finds images in his immediate environment which depict the gaps in our everyday lives.

In this publication, the artist uncovers a melancholy that Freud defined as "a sadness that cannot be specified and is not directed at anything," through his collages, photographs, and drawings. From the arrangement of the images, the configurations of series and sequences, varied possible readings emerge. 

Published with the Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zurich.

Markus Uhr (born in 1974 in Baar, Switzerland, Uhr lives and works in Leipzig) won the Guggenheim Award as well as the Swiss Art Award in 2007.