Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Hermann Nitsch (29 August 1938 – 18 April 2022) was an Austrian avant-garde artist who worked in experimental and multimedia modes. He was a main representative of the Viennese Actionism.
Wikidata
Q651376
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Introduction
Viennese Actionist used blood, entrails, flesh, set design, and musical compositions in his work, often targeting religion or fascism. Nitsch was the creator of Das Orgien Mysterien Theater in 1962, a long-running series of ritualistic performances.
Nationality
Austrian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Professor, Composer, Writer, Graphic Artist, Installation Artist, Painter, Lecturer, Performance Artist, Photographer
Name
Hermann Nitsch
Ulan
500097958
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Works

8 works online

Exhibitions

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