museum der bildenden künste,
leipzig 04109, germany
tue, thu-sun 10—6 / wed 12—8
(all prices in euro)
books/catalogs, drawing, literature, pop
In his first evening-filling artist's book “Notizen” (Notes), Sebastian Haslauer combines texts with drawings, most of which were created on the road, and which have one thing in common: they are unfinished, processual – and not to forget entertaining, meaning funny or thought-provoking.
The “Notes” are an artifact of artistic thought in book form; they illustrate the gathering of observations, the organizing of content material, and the extraction of ideas. In other words, all the formlessness in motion that conditions the form-finding process for art.
Heads Together. Weed and the Underground Press Syndicate 1965–1973
Edition Patrick frey