If you missed the exhibition in Leipzig or would like to learn more about the ideas behind the exhibition 'Human, All Too Human' touring to Nuremberg in September, this 64-page catalogue is the ideal starting point. It contains 34 full-page illustrations of Lenkiewicz's work, some never before seen in print. There's an introductory essay by exhibition curator Francis Mallett; an essay by writer and art critic Mark Gisbourne, which places Lenkiewicz's work in an art historical context; and an essay which draws out the links between Lenkiewicz's ideas and those of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. (Size: 210 x 197 mm. Paperback.)
Priced at just £10.00, plus £2.00 postage, the catalogue is available direct from the Foundation on 01752 221450 or on our eshop. A German language edition is also available.