About Sebastiaan Bremer
Sebastiaan Bremer was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1970. He attended the open studio programme at the Vrije Academie in The Hague from 1989 until 1991. During his early years, he meticulously reproduced personal photographs in paint. Onmoving to New York in 1992, he began to work primarily in black and white, reemphasising his connection to photography. Later, he began experimenting with murals, collage paintings and drawing directly on photographs, the style which hecontinues to use today.
The first detailed analysis of the paintings of Sebastiaan Bremer.
An inspiring, visual documentation of the processes employed by this Dutch-born and United States-based contemporary artist.
With informative texts and an illustrated studio visit, this book is designed to flow like an autobiographic novel.
Besides showing the work of the artist, his own personal writings give a unique insight into his artistic practice.
An in-depth introduction by esteemed author Charlotte Cotton outlines the importance of the artist’s contribution to contemporary photography.
Art critic Gregory Volk provide background to the emergence of Bremer’s unique work in Williamsburg, New York in the 1990s.
Visually interesting with outstanding graphic design.