HÜTTE, Axel

(Essel, Alemania, 1951)

Cholestatic’s and seemingly neutral landscape, in the best tradition of the Dusseldorf School, which dispenses with the human figure to capture the essential beauty, delving into the soul of nature. Hütte is compositional purity, precise framing, mysterious atmospheres, avoiding any purely romantic, sublime or picturesque vision. His work focuses on large formats projecting the key factors of image and the horizon into infinity, showing apparently familiar images in a strange and distressing manner. He has been featured in collections such as that of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Fundación Jumex in Mexico DF, the Hamburger Kunsthalle in Germany and Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid.

ARTWORKS IN THE COLLECTION

Sandia Mountains 1

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