Freddy Paul Grunert

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Freddy Paul Grunert

Freddy Paul Grunert (born December 7, 1959 in Ludwigsstadt ) is a German artist and curator .


Grunert studied philosophy and anthropology at the University of Stuttgart and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Since the mid-1980s, his works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions. He achieved international fame through his contribution Xenografia at the XLV. Venice Art Biennale, a multimedia installation with 70 monitors on a nomad's wagon.

Exhibitions (selection)

  • 1994: Biennale de São Paolo
  • 1995: Ludwig Forum, Aachen
  • 2003: art Cologne
  • 2003: Biennale di Venezia
  • 2003: ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2013: MAXXI, Rome

Curatorial work (selection)

  • 2011: The Lack of the other - Francesco Lo Savio - Tano Festa, Museum for New Art, Karlsruhe, with Peter Weibel
  • 2011: ClimateWalk Berlin, Academy of the Arts, Berlin
  • 2012: ClimateWalk Karlsruhe, ZKM || Center for Art and Media Technology

Individual evidence

  1. Short biography on the Medienkunstnetz website, accessed on August 17, 2013.

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