Ed. Peter Infeld Private Foundation, Vienna
1st edition, 2005
192 pages, numerous illustrations
Size: 28.5 x 22.5 cm, hardcover
German/English EUR 25 (incl. VAT)
Intricate flower worlds, frozen landscapes, and strange earthly beings, mostly female figures, inhabit the imagery of Wolfgang Hutter. The artist, who found fulfillment only in the endless variation of colors, describes his works as follows: "The particles from which they are composed, come from the unquenched desires, bouts of hope, and the big fear. Now an attempt searching for a paradise in which there was never a case of sin, in which the snake has the same value as the butterfly."