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Tilo Baumgärtel

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The Tempest, 2008 Oil on Canvas 210x350 Cm © Courtesy the artist and Wilkinson, London
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Escort, 2008 Charcoal on Paper 161.5 X 138.5 Cm © Wilkinson Gallery
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The Dependent Independent, 2009 Oil on Canvas 210 X 300 Cm © Wilkinson Gallery
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Highland, 2009 Charcoal on Paper 155 X 250 Cm © Wilkinson Gallery
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Dionysos, 2008 Charcoal on Paper 127.5 X 205.5 Cm © Wilkinson Gallery
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At the Start, 2009 Oil on Canvas 35 X 45 Cm © Wilkinson Gallery
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The News from Yesterday, 2009 Oil on Canvas 210x300 Cm © Courtesy the artist and Wilkinson, London
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Woodway, 2009 Oil on Canvas 30x40 Cm © Courtesy the artist and Wilkinson, London
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The Black Man, 2009 Oil on Canvas 40x30 Cm © Courtesy the artist and Wilkinson, London
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Der aufblasbare Schrein meiner Altstadt, 2012 Collage 42 X 59,4 Cm © Courtesy of the artists & WENDT+FRIEDMANN
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Installation View © Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Christian Ehrentraut
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schauer, 2014 Coal, Ink, Marker Pen, Pastel on Paper 37 X 28 Cm © Courtesy of the Galerie Christian Ehrentraut
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Quick Facts
Lives in
Leipzig
Works in
Leipzig
Representing galleries
Statement

Tilo Baumgärtel studied at Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig (1991-98). In 1998-2000 he was a "Meisterschüler" under Professor Arno Rink. In 2000 he organized and founded together with five other recent Academy graduates Liga Gallery in Berlin (two year project) which led to his work getting international recognition. He has exhibited internationally and his work is contained in many major public and private collections. In 2005 his work was included in two major survey exhibitions, Life After Death: New Leipzig Paintings from the Rubell Family Collection at Mass MOCA and From Leipzig: Works from the Ovitz Family Collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art. He lives and works in Leipzig, Germany.

 

 

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