Thomas Hirschhorn

Thomas Hirschhorn at the "Robert Walser-Sculpture", Biel/Bienne, 2019 (photo: Enrique Muñoz García) Thomas Hirschhorn (born 16 May 1957) is a Swiss artist who lives and works in Paris.

Trained in Zurich and inspired by Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol, he began as a graphic designer and switched to art in the 1990s. He has become known for using everyday materials in the creation of complex sculptures executed often on a large scale. In addition, he has written extensively on his work and the theories that inform it. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in Europe, in the United States, and in South America. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Critical laboratory : the writings of Thomas Hirschhorn / by Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Published 2013
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    Thomas Hirschhorn / by Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Published 2004
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    Thomas Hirschhorn. Establishing a critical corpus / by Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Published 2011
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    Critical laboratory : the writings of Thomas Hirschhorn / by Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Published 2013
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    The subjecters : Thomas Hirschhorn / by Hirschhorn, Thomas

    Published 2009
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    Thomas Hirschhorn : Deleuze monument / by Dezeuze, Anna

    Published 2014
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    Art21. art in the twenty-first century /

    Published 2014
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