Thomas Scheibitz is not only a painter, a drawer and a sculptor, but also a passionate bookmaker. This autonomous artist’s book, in which Scheibitz makes astonishingly brave evaluations of his own work, arose through a long thought and work process, with an endless number of variants.
He calls this overview of 20 years of work a ‘private album’. It is not the individual pieces, but rather the combination and comparison of paintings, drawings with his own and found archival documents ‘related in sense’ that is revealing and exciting. Scheibitz shows what it is about for him.