- Edited by Beate Reifenscheid, Mark R. Hesslinger
- Binding Paperback with flaps
- Size 24 x 30 cm
- Pages 184
- Illustrations 105
- Language German, English
- Year 2017
- ISBN 9788836636167
- Price € 28,00 € 26,60
In 1972 the already famous curator Harald Szeemann invited Howard Kanovitz – together with the Americans Chuck Close and Richard Estes, the British painter Malcolm Morley, the Swiss artist Franz Gertsch and the Germans Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke – to take part in the documenta 5 exhibition in Kassel as exponents of photography-based painting. Kanovitz also participated in documenta 6 in 1977. He was given solo shows by museums in other cities, including Utrecht, Duisburg, Berlin and Hannover.
Visible Difference at the Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, is Kanovitz’s first solo exhibition in a museum since 1980. It offers an opportunity to rediscover this master of Pop Art and Photorealism, to trace his artistic development through seminal works from his oeuvre, and to conduct a scholarly exploration of his artistic significance in retrospect.
Texts by: Rainer Gross, Mark R. Hesslinger, Sam Hunter, Jörn Merkert, Wolfgang Niedecken, Carolyn Oldenbusch, Beate Reifenscheid
Koblenz, Ludwig Museum, March - May, 2017