Visual artist Ante Timmermans expresses himself through various media, but is primarily seen as a draftsman. The spontaneity and immediacy of his drawings are important characteristics of his work, and repetition and routine formed the basis of his early work, which portrays a grey, cheerless world of routine, order, control, and absurdity. Timmermans often uses associative puns, and his recent work focuses on the “nonsensical man”, a nod to the directionless period of time where we now find ourselves. The book presents over 800 drawings from 2002–2015 in strict chronological order, allowing readers to follow the artist’s flow of thoughts, themes, and interconnections. Beautifully published by Roma (Amsterdam).
856 pages, 17 x 22 cm, paperback, Roma Publications (Amsterdam).