Introduction
Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi (, Italian: [paoˈlɔttsi]; 7 March 1924 – 22 April 2005) was a Scottish sculptor and artist. He is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art.
Wikidata
Q165397
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Introduction
Although primarily a sculptor, Paolozzi worked in a wide variety of media during his long career, including printmaking, mosaic, ceramics, and tapestry. Paolozzi was one of the founding members of the avant-garde Independent Group associated in the 1950s with London's ICA. Perhaps his most famous commission is the enormous glass-tile mosaic project for London's Tottenham court Road tube station of 1984. The Tate Gallery held a retrospective exhibition in 1971 and the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh, part of the National Galleries of Scotland, mounted another in 2004.
Nationalities
British, Scottish
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Ceramicist, Writer, Tapestry Weaver, Muralist, Collagist, Mosaicist, Sculptor
Names
Eduardo Paolozzi, Edouardo Paolozzi, Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, EdUardo Luigi,Sir Paolozzi, EdUardo Luigi Paolozzi Sir
Ulan
500027981
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