Eleanore Mikus, Neo-Expressionism and the Things Themselves

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Mikus’s relationship to Neo-Expressionism began during the years 1966-1967 with Zoo Visit and Happy Holidays, two crayon drawings both from 1966 and Fortuna, a painting on paper the artist made the following year. From that point, and in 1968, Mikus began work on what would prove to be an extensive body of Neo-Expressionist paintings and drawings. Working with acrylic paint, over a 17-year period she produced in total over 100 paintings, a substantive body of work which encompassed the Red series.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEleanore Mikus
Subtitle of host publicationMoving The Line
EditorsCraig Staff
PublisherAnders Wahlstedt Fine Art
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 5 Sept 2023

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