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Aa Bronson

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Aa Bronson

Aa Bronson is a renowned artist from Canada, acclaimed for his experiments with multi-media collages. He graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1976 and went on to gain considerable success as a founding member of General Idea collective, a Canadian-based art enterprise. His works are characterized by their use of non-conventional materials and their exploration of themes of spirituality and faith. Notable works of his include the AIDS Timeline, a physical sculpture about the epidemic and its history, and his famed 1992 work titled Toronto Suites.

Aa Bronson, artist, Canada, multimedia collage, spirituality, faith, AIDS Timeline, Toronto Suites.

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