Introduction
Rammellzee (stylized RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ, pronounced "Ram: Ell: Zee"; late 1960 – June 27, 2010) was a visual artist, gothic futurist "graffiti writer", painter, performance artist, hip hop musician, art theoretician, and sculptor from New York City.
Wikidata
Q327840
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Introduction
First known as a graffiti artist, Rammellzee also recorded and performed as a musician, and later worked in sculpture and assemblage. In public appearances and photographs he would wear sculptural masks and costumes that he made himself from found objects.
Nationalities
American, African American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Graffiti Artist, Assemblage Artist, Musician, Multimedia Artist, Painter, Performance Artist, Sculptor
Names
Rammellzee, Ramm-ell-zee, RAMMΣLLZΣΣ, RAMM:ELL:ZEE, The RAMM:ELL:ZEE
Ulan
500061289
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