LEMPERT, Jochen; WANDSCHNEIDER, Miguel (eds.)
In his work Jochen Lempert questions the criteria behind the truth and the models that shape the world. In his photographs the artist portrays the animal world in the most varied contexts: ranging from the natural habitat to Natural History museums, from the zoo to the city, in remote locations or in banal situations and objects. In his tireless quest, Lempert has managed to create a vast archive of images that covers a wide spectrum spanning everything from everyday views to compositions that tend more towards abstraction.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition by Jochen Lempert at CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, in 2018, this book comprises essays by Patrizia Dander and Brian Sholis.
English and Spanish text.