For over thirty years the Swiss artist has created a body of work with painting at its centre. Pictures for Everyone is devoted to his works in graphic art. Thomas Huber (b. 1955) lives and works in Berlin. He created paintings for the library of the Aargauer Kunsthaus, amongst other things.
Aside from painting, graphic arts assume great importance for the artist: over the last 38 years, Huber has made about 130 prints, multiples and posters which are included in the over 40 existing groups of works by the artist. Huber has constantly developed, using many different print techniques such as lithographs, etchings, aquatints, copperplate etc.
This retrospective exhibition of Thomas Huber’s entire graphic output shows the variety of possibilities and techniques of reproduction that plumb the rich potential of pictoriality and at the same time reveal its limits.