Stephan Von Huene: Split Tongue | Essays and Interviews | Author: Petra Kipphoff Von Huene
Stephan von Huene is known primarily for his sound sculptures, which he started making in the late 1960s. In 2010, von Huene reinvented himself as a graphic artist and introduced this work in an extensive exhibition. He simultaneously also developed his own style as an author, joining images and words in an argument of astounding unity.
241.3 x 256.54 x 20.32 mm
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