Introduction
Troels Wörsel (born November 10, 1950 in Aarhus, Danmark) is a Danish painter, currently based in Cologne and Pietrasanta. Troels Wörsel is self-taught and in the 1970s, became interested in Pop art and conceptual art. Philosophical issues such as the relationship between space and time characterised his art. In the early 1980s, he contributed to the pioneer exhibition Rundschau Deutschland and Bildwechsel at West Berlin's Akademie der Künste. In 1995 Wörsel was awarded the Eckersberg Medal, and in 2002 he won Carnegie Art Award's first prize with three paintings all of which were executed on the reverse of the canvas."
Wikidata
Q7844947
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Nationalities
Danish, Scandinavian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Mixed-Media Artist, Painter
Name
Troels Wörsel
Ulan
500098582
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