Jochen Gerner - Monograph

IMG_5411.jpg
IMG_5412.jpg
IMG_5413.jpg
IMG_5414.jpg
IMG_5415.jpg
IMG_5416.jpg
IMG_5417.jpg
IMG_5418.jpg
IMG_5419.jpg
IMG_5420.jpg
IMG_5411.jpg
IMG_5412.jpg
IMG_5413.jpg
IMG_5414.jpg
IMG_5415.jpg
IMG_5416.jpg
IMG_5417.jpg
IMG_5418.jpg
IMG_5419.jpg
IMG_5420.jpg

Jochen Gerner - Monograph

30.00

This monograph of French illustrator and cartoonist Jochen Gerner follows a research and thought process concerning the connections between text and image, typography and line, and includes numerous examples of his work. In his drawing practice, Gerner creates visual narrative projects, such as illustrated books and experimental comics, as well as drawings for the world of publishing and print media. Since the early 2000s, he has investigated printed images through graphic means: a “hijacking” process using ink and paint that allows a method of reframing or erasing. The book includes texts by Christophe Gallois and an interview with Gerner by Tom McCarthy.

Paperback
20 x 26 cm
128 pages
French/English

Quantity:
Add To Cart