Wikipedia entry
    Introduction
    Stanley Edmund Brouwn (25 June 1935 – 18 May 2017) was a South American-born Dutch conceptual artist. His works explored dematerialization. As an anonymous artist, he exemplified 1960s conceptualism. His best-known works include “This Way Brouwn”, “Afghanistan-Zambia” and “BROUWNTOYS 4000AD”.
    Wikidata
    Q874901
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    Introduction
    Born in Suriname, Brouwn moved to Amsterdam in 1957. Most of his work was conceptual in nature, such as claiming all the shoe stores in Amsterdam an artwork. For most of his career, he also declined to give interviews or be photographed. He taught at the Kunstakademie Hamburg, had a major retrospective in 2005 at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and was also included in Documenta 5, 6, 7, and 11.
    Nationalities
    Dutch, Surinamese
    Gender
    Male
    Roles
    Artist, Conceptual Artist, Mixed-Media Artist
    Names
    Stanley Brouwn, Stanley Edmund Brouwn
    Ulan
    500071774
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