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Thomas Müller
reciprocal - Drawings - March 12 until April 16, 2016

 

"Thought becomes physical and direct in drawing. Hesitation is an essential aspect of it, the flawed and the fragmentary - and the hope that things will prove capable of reciprocal explanation." (Thomas Müller)

We are proud to announce the second solo exhibition of drawings by Thomas Müller,
showing early works (1985, 1987) in combination with recent drawings.

"Every new drawing produces what is missing, every drawing is a knot that extends and stabilises the fabric. My work grows through repetition and variation. A constantly changing network of references evolves."

Thomas Müller was born in Frankfurt (Germany) 1959, he lives and works in Stuttgart. His works are part of considerable museum as well as private collections such as Kunstmuseum Bonn, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Graphische Sammlung Munich, Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée national d‘art moderne, Paris and Collection Florence & Daniel Guerlain, Les Mesnuls.
His drawings will be part of the exhibition "Zeichnungsräume" at Hamburger Kunsthalle (opening 29.4.)


Drawing has a lot to do with writing, it begins with underlining, crossing out, erasing and writing itself. I think one of the reasons why drawing is so powerful and remains up-to-date is its anchorage in everyday life. It gathers its energy permanently from those roots. Nobody has ever spoken about an end of drawing as opposed to past the discussion about end of painting. (Thomas Müller, Centre for Recent Drawing London)


 
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