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Canadian, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1957, in Toronto (Ontario).

Sculptor.

Neo-Conceptual Art, Appropriation Art.

Alan Belcher lives and works in Toronto and New York. In the Pop Art tradition, Belcher uses advertising images, meaningfully exploiting their powers of enticement. His work consists of glossy colour photographs that are usually pinned, screwed, nailed or wrapped around various objects made of Plexiglas, metal or wood. By using the seductive colours of publicity photographs, and their perfect finish, Belcher's sculpture works on two levels. On one, he denounces marketing's manipulative wiles; on the other, he creates works of art that are almost Minimalist in their simplicity of form. Since ...

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American, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1959, in Barbados.

Sculptor, installation artist.

Neo-Conceptual Art (Neo-Geo), Appropriation Art, Neo-Pop Art.

Ashley Bickerton lives and works in Los Angeles. He arrived on the American art scene in the mid-1980s. With Peter Halley, Jeff Koons and Meyer Vaisman, Bickerton, he belongs to the group of artists known as the ...

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American, 20th century, male.

Born 1944, in Los Angeles.

Sculptor, painter.

Neo-Conceptual Art, Appropriation Art (Simulationism), Neo-Pop Art.

McCollum established himself in New York in 1975, making his debut with large abstract canvases. From 1975 onwards he began to work on serial objects which are apparently identical but in reality all different. This was the case with the ...

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Israeli, 20th century, male.

Active in the USA and since 1962 a naturalised US citizen.

Born 1944, in Palestine, to German parents.

Sculptor, assemblage artist, installation artist.

Neo-Conceptual Art, Appropriation Art (Simulationism), Neo-Pop Art.

Heim Steinbach settled in New York at the beginning of the 1960s, where he attended the High School of Art and Design, followed by the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He then spent a year in France, where he attended courses at Aix-en-Provence University. On his return to the USA he continued his studies at Yale University until ...