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Lothar Baumgarten

Lothar Baumgarten (born 1944) was a German conceptual artist, based in New York and Düsseldorf. His work includes installation and film. Between 1977 and 1986 Baumgarten visited Brazil and Venezuela, and these visits resulted in works such as Terra Incognita, a three-dimensional diagram of the frontier between the two countries. He represented Germany at the 1984 Venice Biennale, where his work consisted of the names Amazonian peoples engraved on a marble floor and filled with resin.

Lothar Baumgarten (born 1944) was a German conceptual artist, based in New York and Düsseldorf. His work includes installation and film. Between 1977 and 1986 Baumgarten visited Brazil and Venezuela, and these visits resulted in works such as Terra Incognita, a three-dimensional diagram of the frontier between the two countries. He represented Germany at the 1984 Venice Biennale, where his work consisted of the names Amazonian peoples engraved on a marble floor and filled with resin.

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