Feldmann’s Visual Culture

A German profilic producer is debuting his visual culture collection of artist’s books in London.

From Dusseldorf, Hans-Peter Feldman prominent in the early 1970s is showcasing his recognisable form of artistic practice that has influenced many generations of artists.

One Pound of Strawberries by Hans Peter Feldmann. Photo from Google.

Passionate for collections art works, Feldmann has earned worldwide respect as a conceptual artist. His works are often presented in the form of books, posters, postcards and installations.

The collection includes photos of everyday subjects and life situations frame by frame to show how time is progressing as seen in his work, Time Series. Also Seascapes, a collection of 15 traditional oil paintings in conventional frames will be shown as a group.

The exhibition will be displayed tomorrow at the Serpentine Gallery as his first solo presentation in a London public gallery.

Feldmann’s work has been exhibited internationally at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York in 2011, Museo Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid in 2010 and Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1992.

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