Introduction
Paweł Althamer (born 12 May 1967, Warsaw) is a contemporary Polish sculptor, performer, collaborative artist and creator of installations, and video art.
Wikidata
Q325791
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Introduction
Althamer studied under Grzegorz Kowalski at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw until 1993. His work often incorporates the use of his own body, his family members, or interactions with marginalized social groups. He has collaborated with Artur Żmijewski on several artistic projects.
Nationalities
Polish, Central European, Eastern European
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Installation Artist, Mixed-Media Artist, Sculptor
Name
Paweł Althamer
Ulan
500121052
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