Size: 254X 286 mm
A collection of works by Hungarian artist Rita Ackermann. The author's big and powerful "MamaThe painting of the series represents the history and emotions that the author has followed, overlapping the drawing ( * Note 1), applying oil sticks, and scraping ( * Note 2). In the critical essay by Gianni Jetzer, the evolution of the author as an artist and "MamaI will explain the importance of the work. He also featured a fake interview with Ackerman by the film director Harmony Korine and a tribute to the author by Scott Griffin. The importance of drawing for her author is revealed in her own poems. In this book, all "" "All"MamaIntroducing the work. This book was held in 2020 at "Hauser & Wirth" exhibition "Rita Ackermann, Mama '19It was published with "".
* Note 1 A technique to draw paint into a canvas thickly, and draw it with unevenness that you can clearly see the marks of the paint brush or pallet knife. Hara is an Italian word "kneaded".
* Note 2 Painting technique drawn by rubbing.