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What is a picture? How does a picture relate to the wall, to space, to architecture? German artist Gerold Miller has devoted himself for about fifteen years to the question of "pictoral quality," creating a border territory of sculpture and painting. Deriving from Concrete Art and Minimal Art, Millers frame pictures are purely counter-illusionistic and counter-representational. Organized spatially, they gain signi-ficance in relation to the different spaces around them, for example in the empty space of a museum.
The book accompanies an exhi-bition of the Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum fA1/4r Gegenwart, Berlin. (2002)
The Daimler-Chrysler Collection presents Gerold Miller's works at large, and will be on display in the Detroit Institute of Arts from November 7, 2003January 18, 2004.
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