is an artist.
|Date of Birth||1968|
|Place of Birth||Remscheid, Germany|
|Living & Working Place(s)||
London (England), United Kingdom
Andrea Rosen Gallery (Main Gallery) (New York City, NY, United States)
Art & Public (Geneva, Switzerland)
Galeria Juana de Aizouru (Spain)
Galerie Buchholz (Cologne, Germany)
Maureen Paley (London (England), United Kingdom)
Wolfgang Tillmans was born in Germany in 1968. He lives and works between London and Berlin.
He is the winner of several awards, including the prestigious Turner Prize in Great-Britain and this year the
Hasselblad Award. His works are in the collections of international museums, among them MOMA in New York,
Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Tate Modern in London or Centre Pompidou in Paris.
He has shown his work extensively since de 1990’s. Recent solo shows include in 2012 the Kunsthalle Zürich,
Moderna Museet in Stockholm, MAM in Sao Paulo and Museo del Banco de la Republica in Bogota ; in 2013, the
K21 in Düsseldorf ; in 2014, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Beyeler Fondation in Basel.
His future exhibitions will take place at the National Museum of Modern Art, Osaka (25 July - 23 September 2015) and at the Hasselblad Center, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, in Gothenburg, Sweden, (1 December 2015 - 14 February 2016).