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The Post Office

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"Die Post", 1998
[The Post Office], View of the installation, ten paintings and 10 small signs, green frieze, installation in the Mamco Genf, 2012, owner: Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt
 

"Remember, only the artist is your messenger. He was at all times the ominous transmitter in changing clothes. If you forget, then you are lost without your children’s likeness. Therefore, help him. For some of you still know the names of his ancestors. You succour and care for the artist. Then he will remember and create the paintings so that the lost senses return to you. These paintings, however, conserve the silence. The paintings protect your signs. For the paintings are silent. And only your silence allows the rose to bloom, the night to come, and the day to come again. Silently the paintings save the world. The world owes its continuance to the paintings. Whoever sees these paintings is a witness. And only the witness recognises himself again in his children and remembers the painting of his ancestors. The artist is thus careful that none of the water of life is lost."
-T.H., Die Post [The Post Office]

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Publications

Die-Post.jpg "Die Post", 1990
(The Post Office), Edition: Galerie Akinci, Amsterdam / Galerie Philomene Magers (ed.), Bonn, 30 pages with 17 illustrations, format: 29.5 × 38 cm.

  PDF:  ThomasHuber-DiePost-1990.pdf
  PDF:  Thomas-Huber-La-poste.pdf
PostPublikation.jpg "Postsache Huberville. Thomas Huber", 2011
(Post Affairs Huberville, Thomas Huber) Werner Meyer, Göppingen; Susanne Pfleger, Wolfsburg (ed.), 2011, contributions by Thomas Huber & Henning Rickmann, afterword by Wolfgang Ullrich, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 80 pages, 55 colour illustrations, format: 16.8 x 23.4 cm.

Gallery (10)

TH-1990-Mamco.jpg "Die Post", 1998
[The Post Office], View of the installation, ten paintings and 10 small signs, green frieze, installation in the Mamco Genf, 2012, owner: Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt
TH-1989-B-05.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum for Communication MfK Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-05
TH-1989-B-06.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-06
TH-1989-B-07.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-07
TH-1989-B-08.jpg "Ohne Titel (Mit Hilfe seiner Familie)", 1989
(Untitled (with help from his family)), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum for Communication MfK Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-06
TH-1989-B-09.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum for Communication MfK Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-09
TH-1989-B-10.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum for Communication MfK Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-10
TH-1989-B-11.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-11
TH-1989-B-12.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-12
TH-1989-B-13.jpg "Ohne Titel", 1989
(Untitled), oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Museum für Kommunikation Mfk Frankfurt, TH-1989-B-13
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