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Lawrence Carroll
As the Noise Falls Away

1802 Lawrence Carroll Kunstmuseum Magdeburg Scan

Few artists and even fewer painters work with the observation of the inconspicuous like Lawrence Carroll. His art emerges from a series of highly sensitive processes in which personal perception, the hand of the artist, the painting materials and the place of presentation come together in aesthetic harmony. In this process the search for personal clues merges into the creation of new ones which can be seen as distillations of his ideas and formative actions for the image.

€30.00

  • Editor

    Annegret Laabs and Uwe Gellner

  • Texts

    David Carrier, Uwe Gellner, Terry Myers

  • Design

    Fraser Muggeridge studio, London

  • Language

    German/English

  • Details

    Hardcover, 31 x 30 cm, 112 pages, 68 ills. in color

  • ISBN

    978-3-903228-77-1

About the product

Few artists and even fewer painters work with the observation of the inconspicuous like Lawrence Carroll. His art emerges from a series of highly sensitive processes in which personal perception, the hand of the artist, the painting materials and the place of presentation come together in aesthetic harmony. In this process the search for personal clues merges into the creation of new ones which can be seen as distillations of his ideas and formative actions for the image.

This publication documents a selection of works specifically compiled by the artist for the historic spaces of the Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen art museum. Paintings from the early phase of his work encounter current work groups. The unusual group the “Magdeburg paintings” was specially created for the exhibition.

Texts by David Carrier, Pittsburgh and Terry Myers, Chicago and a long Interview with the artist carried out by Uwe Gellner accompany black + white and colour photographs by Hans-Wulf Kunze in the book designed by Fraser & Muggeridge, London.