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Neo Rauch Dromos Painting 1993-2017
January 2018
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, The Netherlands

January 21 – June 3, 2018

Neo Rauch Dromos Painting 1993-2017 will present more than 60 works tracing the artist's career from his first solo exhibition in Leipzig in 1993 up to the present day. The exhibition will also include works by other artists from the private collection of Neo Rauch and his wife, Rosa Loy.

A forthcoming publication accompanying the exhibition features texts by Ralph Keuning, Harald Kunde, Ulf Küster, Norman Rosenthal, and Klaus Werner.

At the Well
2014
Neo Rauch: At the Well
Neo Rauch: At the Well

Coinciding with Neo Rauch's 2014 exhibition at the New York gallery, David Zwirner Books published At the Well. The catalogue features a text by historian and curator Norman Rosenthal, as well as a reprint of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale The Young Giant, which Rosenthal specifically chose to further expand his analysis of the relationship between fairy tales and Rauch's work.

Begleiter in Leipzig and Munich
2010

In 2010, Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich presented Begleiter, a two-venue retrospective of Neo Rauch's work. The exhibition featured 120 predominantly large-scale works from 1993 to 2010. This was the artist's first major museum survey.

Hatje Cantz published the accompanying exhibition catalogue. The two-sided book was designed to reflect the exhibition's two parts and venues, and included contributions by Rauch's long-time colleagues, including fellow artists Michaël Borremans and Luc Tuymans.

Pictured below: Installation view of Begleiter at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (2010)

para at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
2007

Neo Rauch created 14 new works specifically for the exhibition para at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His solo exhibition was one in a series focused on mid-career artists, following exhibitions featuring Tony Oursler in 2005 and Kara Walker in 2006.

The title para refers to Rauch's consideration of painting's as an extension of dreaming, a parallel world to reality. On this subject, Rauch has said "For me, painting means the continuation of a dream with other means."

bilingual catalogue in German and English accompanied the exhibition, published by DuMont Buchverlag.

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Framed: 20 7/8 x 16 7/8 inches (53 x 42.9 cm)
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Edition 2 of 35, 1 AP. Signed, titled, and dated recto
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Holzer

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2015

Neo Rauch

Text by Christian Viveros-Fauné

This fully illustrated catalogue was published on the occasion of the artist’s fourth solo exhibition at David Zwirner in 2008. The exhibition presented new paintings by Rauch, which feature a colorful cast of characters, ranging from sturdy women workers to dandified men in topcoats. Amongst the works on view was the striking painting Parabel (2008), which depicts a fallen painter with a noose tied from his neck to a blank canvas. Available in hardcover, this catalogue includes a text by art critic Christian Viveros-Fauné.

Neo Rauch

Text by Christian Viveros-Fauné

This fully illustrated catalogue was published on the occasion of the artist’s fourth solo exhibition at David Zwirner in 2008. The exhibition presented new paintings by Rauch, which feature a colorful cast of characters, ranging from sturdy women workers to dandified men in topcoats. Amongst the works on view was the striking painting Parabel (2008), which depicts a fallen painter with a noose tied from his neck to a blank canvas. Available in hardcover, this catalogue includes a text by art critic Christian Viveros-Fauné.

Neo Rauch: At the Well

The richly textured, seductive paintings of German artist Neo Rauch are marked by a “distinctive Pop-Surrealist-Social Realist style,” as described by The New York Times art critic Roberta Smith in 2002. Incorporating disjunctive references to disparate eras, techniques, and aesthetics, they evoke “avant-garde theater stage sets from an earlier time ...

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Hausmeister

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2002

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Quiz

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2002

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Nebel

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2002

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Vulkan

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2002

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Der Pate

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2005

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