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Andreas Siekmann

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Andreas Siekmann

Andreas Siekmann is a German conceptual artist, born in 1959 in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. He is known for his use of diverse media such as painting, photography, video, installation and performance. His work often addresses social and political issues, and reflects the artist's investigation into the nature of humanity. Siekmann has had exhibitions in numerous cities, including Paris, Madrid, Zurich, Milan, and Tokyo, and his work is held in the collections of prominent museums across the globe. Some of his most notable pieces include ‘Why Should We Suffer' (2003), ‘The Floating Border' (1993) and ‘The Life of Matter' (2007).

German artist, conceptual, performance, painting, installation.

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