Following his 1989 three-person exhibition with Georg Herold and Christopher Wool, Albert Oehlen returned with a solo exhibition. The fate of art lies in the fate of painting: this is a compelling reason to become a painter and one which Albert Oehlen, a German artist whose career began in the late seventies, adopted without fear. The presentation featured a series of recent paintings, including several produced via computer-generated graphics, and the works all took their titles from compositions by saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman.
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