|Medium||Typewriter on paper|
|Dimensions||29.7 x 21.1 cm|
About the artist:
Born 1952 Prague, Pavel Büchler lives and works in Manchester. Studied at the Institute of Applied Arts and the School of Graphic Arts, Prague.
His work is held in public and private collections including Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Sprengel Museum, Hanover; Tate Gallery, London; Kunstmuseum Bern; MuHKA, Antwerp; Arts Council Collection, London; and National Gallery, Prague.
Selected solo exhibitions include Sprengel Museum, Hanover (2016); Ikon, Birmingham (2015); Künstlerhaus Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz (2014); Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (2013); Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis, St. Louis (2011); and DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague (2010). Selected group exhibitions include Biennale Gherdëina 7, Ortisei, Val Gardena (2020); Il Ritmo dello Spazio, Museo della Grafica, Pisa (2019); Image (of) Silence, The National Gallery, Prague (2019); Sanguine, Fondazione Prada, Milan (2018); The Show Must Go On, Kunstmuseum Bern (2017); Cambio de rumbo, Tabacalera, Madrid (2017); Toda Percepción es una Interpretación: You Are Part of It, CIFO Art Space, Miami (2016); Quand Fondra la neige, où ira le blanc, Palazzo Fortuny, Venice (2016); Generosity: On the Art of Giving, National Gallery, Prague (2015); Last Year at Marienbad: A film as Art, Kunsthalle Bremen (2015); The Problem of God, K21, Düsseldorf (2015); The Allegory of a Cave Painting, Extra City and Middleheim Museum, Antwerp (2014); Speaking in Tongues, CCA, Glasgow (2014); Postscript: Writing after Conceptual Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (2012); Dot.Systems, Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen (2012); Les Marques Aveugles, Centre D’Art Contemporain, Geneva (2011); From Trash to Treasure, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel (2011); Image to be projected until it vanishes, Museion, Bolzano (2011); Luc Tuymans: A Vision of Central Europe, Aurentshuis, Bruges (2010); Under Destruction, Tinguely Museum, Basel (2010); and FischGrätenMelkStand, Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin (2010).
Awards include the Northern Art Prize (2009); and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists (2012).