Hartmut Böhm (b.1938) is widely regarded as one of the most important German non-figurative artists of his generation. From his early systematic works, which draw on a European geometric tradition to the artist’s more recent installation based practice, Hartmut Böhm’s works are best described within the context of Minimalism rather than European Constructivism.
Text courtesy Bartha Contemporary.
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