Introduction
Wolfgang Laib (born 25 March 1950 in Metzingen, (Germany) is a German artist, predominantly known as a sculptor. He lives and works in a small village in southern Germany, maintaining studios in New York and South India. His work has been exhibited worldwide in many of the most important galleries and museums. He represented Germany in the 1982 Venice Biennale and was included  with his works in the Documenta 7 in 1982 and then in the Documenta 8 in 1987. In 2015 he received the Praemium Imperiale for sculpture in Tokyo, Japan. He became worldknown for his "Milkstones", a pure geometry of white marble made complete with milk, as well as his vibrant installations of pollen. In 2013 The Museum of Modern Art in New York City presented his largest pollen piece – 7 m x 8 m – in the central atrium of the museum.
Wikidata
Q600456
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Nationality
German
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Installation artist, Painter, Sculptor
Name
Wolfgang Laib
Ulan
500094143
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