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Jörg Immendorff Jörg Immendorff - Biography

Jörg Immendorff counts among the most renowned figurative artists in post-war Germany. He is regarded one of the founding fathers of the 'Jungen Wilden' [Young Wild Ones] and as a master of a critical figuration.
The painter, graphic artist and sculptor, who was involved in scandal involving adultery with prostitutes and cocaine abuse in 2003, had made a name for himself with his realistic-expressive, politically committed art as early as in the 1970s. The German division was the central topic of his works that were dominated by strong colors and large figures, exemplary thereof is the acknowledged cycle of paintings "Café Deutschland" (1977-1983). The "Maleraffe" [Painter's Ape] with a brush is a recurring motif in his works, serving the purpose of an ironic and winking reflection of his own identity as an artist. In his late work, dominated by rather smaller figurative works, the art of Jörg Immendorff turned to the magic-surreal.
Among the numerous exhibitions of Jörg Immendorff's works, the internationally acknowledged retrospective in the Berlin 'Neue Nationalgalerie' (2005) is particularly worthwhile mentioning.

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