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Imi Knoebel Imi Knoebel - Biography

Imi Knoebel (actually Klaus Wolf Knoebel), a student of Joseph Beuys at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, just like his friend Blinky Palermo, counts among the most important German representatives of Minimal Art and the new geometric abstraction (Neo-Geo).
Inspired by Constructivism and the suprematist works by Kasimir Malewitsch, Imi Knoebel found his way to a minimalist abstraction that he realized in installations, objects, painting and plastic art. In all his works the geometric form is the zero-point - in the first half of the 1970s Imi Knoebel dedicated his art to the single line in more than 250.000 drawings. In his installation and environments Imi Knoebel delivers proof of the constitutive importance of space for his art, which develops from a minimalist sincerity to a splendid colorism in his paintings and graphic works. At times notions of pictorial gestures can be observed.
Works in international museums as well as numerous group and single exhibitions are proof of Imi Knoebel's great importance for abstract art in the last decades.



 
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