Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Rudolf Stingel (born 1956) is an artist based in New York City. Stingel was born in Merano, Italy. His work engages the audience in dialogue about their perception of art and uses Conceptual painting and installations to explore the process of creation. Using readily available materials such as styrofoam, carpet, and cast polyurethane, Stingel creates art based upon an underlying conceptual framework and challenges contemporary notions about painting. The surfaces of his two-dimensional works are characteristically carved out, imprinted or indented, visibly evidencing the artist’s alteration of industrial matter. He lives in New York and Merano, Italy.
Wikidata
Q2173916
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Nationalities
American, German, Italian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Concept Artist, Conceptual Artist, Installation Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Name
Rudolf Stingel
Ulan
500126270
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Works

4 works online

Exhibitions

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