which can be obtained from Adi Holzer
at the end of November 2014,
and directly from the publisher from
the 1st of November 2014.
Subscription price is 20 €,
which is valid until March 2015,
and after that the price is 28 €.
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to the left to see a presentation of the book.
Point at image to see the back cover!
ALL PERISHES - only love remains.
This new book is published in connection with Adi Holzer's 25-year-old cooperation with Galerie Weihergut in Salzburg, Austria.
It contains new works and texts about art and love with quotations by Thomas Bernhard, Karen Blixen, Johannes Brahms, Albert Einstein, Martin Held, Hermann Hesse, Adi Holzer, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Gertraud Patterer, Jón Kalman Stefánsson, Soeren Kirkegaard, Siegfried Karrer, Alfred Kubin, Pablo Picasso, Georg Trakl and Peter Ustinov.
62 pages, numerous colour images
Format: 22,5 x 22,5 cm - See here!
Price: € 20 ISBN 978-3-901125-82-5
|Tro og Gřgl|
This book is about Adi
Holzer's lifelong fascination of and love for Circus, Cristianity, and
History. In his works he has over and over again shown that in both
entertaiment and faith the most simple rule apply:
It is an excellent testimony of an artist and a man to be able to state that his work has reached this demanding level of serenity.
Many full-page illustrations of new glass sculptures, paintings and scetches.
74 pages. Texts in Danish and German.
Price: € 25 ISBN 9 788 787 735 087
New book about Adi Holzer's glass sculptures produced in Murano.
Published by Berengo Studio on the occasion of his solo exhibition in Venice in the autumn 2010 (Berengo Collection, San Marco).
With English texts by Adriano Berengo, Erik A. Nielsen, and Adi Holzer.
Italian translation by Remo Stefano Chiari can be
|Welt und Traum|
An artistic symbioses of Adi Holzer's life and work phases with handwritten lyrical thoughts about life's great questions.
The Cossac Tragedy is about a horrifying drama in the 20th century that was repressed for long.
In her poetry Gertaud Patterer raise these events accompanied by Adi Holzer's collages and glass sculptures.
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