Heimo Zobernig (born 1958 in Mauthen, Austria, lives and works in Vienna) has been viewed as a key figure on the Austrian art scene since the early 1980s. His oeuvre explores themes of minimalism, the historical loading of the opposing pair of "figurativeness vs. abstraction," and the problem as to what art is or can be—its outward form and function.
This publication brings together two early works by Heimo Zobernig, Farben and Alphabet.
bilingual edition (English / German)
JRP|Editions - Monographs
An exhibition in book-form.
bilingual edition (English / French)
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
An “experimental monograph” (conceived by Heimo Zobernig) which offers a sidelong journey through the multi-facetted body of
workmade by the Austrian artist since more than 30 years, which also offers a novel line of thinking about the layout of an artwork, and gathers a selection of “historical” texts and new commissioned essays.