Introduction
Johannes Wohnseifer (born 1967) is a German artist based in Cologne. Johannes Wohnseifer was born in Cologne, Germany. He often draws reference to the German history of his youth, such as the 1972 Summer Olympics and the Red Army Faction. He creates smooth, glossy, billboard-like paintings. Wohnseifer has exhibited in shows including Irresistible Impulse at Galerie Gisela Capitain in Cologne, Intervention at Sprengel Museum in Hanover, Hein, Schellberg, Wohnseifer at Schnittraum in Cologne. He has shown at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, Union Gallery in London and Galerie Yvon Lambert in Paris. He is represented by Casey Kaplan in New York, Johann Koenig in Berlin, Praz-Delavallade in Paris/Los Angeles and Nicolas Krupp in Basel.
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