An updated monograph on the Berlin-based artist who puts a contemporary spin on modernist painting and etching, incorporating various mediums into his practice. Constantly shifting between figuration and abstraction, Hüller’s works disassemble their materials – both physically and conceptually – to compose new forms. In his paintings and large-scale etchings, fragmented figures seemingly dance, love, fight. Volker Hüller was born 1976 in Forchheim, Germany and currently lives and works in Berlin. He studied under painter Norbert Schwontkowski at the Academy of Fine Arts, Hamburg and was recently in residence at Steep Rock Arts in Washington, CT (2012). His exhibitions include individual shows at Timothy Taylor, London (2010, 2013); Produzentegalerie, Hamburg (2009, 2012); Eleven Rivington, NY (2009, with Salon 94; and 2011); Grimm Fine Art, Amsterdam (2009, 2012, 2016); and group shows at Saatchi Gallery, London (2011) and the Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg (2010).