MIRKO REISSER (DAIM) 1989 – 2014
Mirko Reisser (Editor), Rik Reinking (Foreword), Johannes Stahl (Author), Belinda Grace Gardner (Author), Arne Rautenberg (Author), Belinda Grace Gardner (Translation)
- Publisher: Drago Media Kompany (Rome, Italy)
- Hardcover: 320 pages
- October 2014
- Languages: English, German
- ISBN: 978-88-98565-01-6
- Size: 32 x 25,5 x 3 cm / 12 x 10 x 2 inch.
- Weight: 2,9 Kg / 6.4 pounds
Born 1971 in Lüneburg (Germany), currently living in Hamburg, Mirko Reisser has become known as an artist worldwide especially for his large size graffiti works in the 3D-style, in which he depicts his writer name DAIM in serial repetition and within processes of construction and deconstruction. The book Mirko Reisser (DAIM) 1989 – 2014 is the most extensive publication of the artist’s œuvre so far. In 1989 he realized his first works in the public space – in 2014 the artist looks back on his artistic career that spans 25 years. This book gives an all-embracing insight in the work of the artist for the first time, from the beginnings of his career that started with illegal works on the street, covering the time of his studies of fine arts in Switzerland up to the present, in which his works can mostly be seen in large scale museum presentations.
This book shows the development of the works of the artist over a course of 25 years and also all important periods of his œuvre in more than 350 colour images, of which some have never been published before. Murals, canvases, sculptures, editions, graphics and the later tapings can be seen. The images furthermore grant a look behind the scenes and show production processes of some of the artworks.