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Christoph Brech Works [Inscribed]

Brech, Christoph; Hoffmann-Falk, Marieberthe

ISBN 10: 3830671229 / ISBN 13: 9783830671220
Published by EOS-Verlag, St. Ottilien, D, Germany, 2002
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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152 pp, Vorwort/Preface by Christoph Vitali; Links of a Broken Chain, 1999 by Bernhart Schwenk; Opus 110 a, 2001 by Anne Erfle; x-ray, seit/since 1993 by Armin Kratzert and Birgit Jooss; Zeitenwechsel, 1997 by Michael Tacke; Alpenspiegel, 1992 by Martin Spantig; la fin du temps, 1999 by Heinz Schutz; Love + Marriage, 2000 by Henne Weskott; up side down, 1998 by Wolfgang Ullrich; Soap, 1998 by Christian Janecke; Art is Out, 1996 / Tar, 1999 by Peter Ch. Erb; Aussich - Einsicht, 1995 by Martin Schutz; Rechtschrift, 2001 by Brita Sachs; Lichtwaage, 2001 by Nicloa Borgmann; Wegwam, 1994 by Florian Matzner; place names, 1997 by Stephan Schmidt- Wulffen; my little museum, 1995 by Marion Tietz-Strodel; melting matters, 2001 by Hilke Gesine Moller; Fox in the Morning, 2001 by Susanne Meyer- Buser; Anmerkungen/Notes, Autoren/Authors; Christoph Brecch Biografie/C.V., Bildnachweis/Photo credits with color and b&w illustrations throughout.Text in German and English. First Edition, 2002. Inscribed by Christoph [Brech or Vitali?] on Title Page: "For Myra and . Thank you for a lovely holiday, Love Christoph July 16th 2003." "The hassocks, lying in direct contact with the floor of the museum hall, reflect their connection to the earthbound and pragmatic, The needlework, losint its quality of naive handicraft, is recognised for what it was meant to be: a work of the intellect. As physical objects in a confined space, the hassocks present a striking contrast to the infinite world of the imagination as refleected in the abstract lettring on the walls. And yet, something of the original relationship remains: even in this new context of a secularised world of symbols, hassocks and epitaphs retain their validity as objects of meditationa, as a point of orientation between life and death, between known and unknowable." On the 460 handstitched hassocks from English country churches in Links of a broken chain by Bernhardt Schwenk. Glue ripple to bottom corner front wrapper (Printer's flaw), else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Pictorial softcover. Size: Folio. Bookseller Inventory # 002520

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Title: Christoph Brech Works [Inscribed]

Publisher: EOS-Verlag, St. Ottilien, D, Germany

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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