From 1964 until his death in 2007, Jörg Immendorff created a vast body of paintings. This catalogue reproduces each of his works, accompanied by a commentary and a documentation of the work’s provenance. The final volume will be published first.
It presents Immendorf’s final paintings, created at a time when the artist suffered from the neurodegenerative disorder ALS. In order to continue working, he discovered new ways of painting, supported by assistants.
This period is distinguished by the notable compositions that resulted, reflecting Immendorf’s thoughts on death, memories of his early period working with Joseph Beuys at the art academy in Dusseldorf, and his early encounters with key movements of the time.
English and German text.