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Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi - Biography

The sculptor, graphic- and object artist Eduardo Paolozzi counts among the key figures of British Pop Art.
As early as in his years in Paris (1947-1950), the Scotsman of Italian origin Eduardo Paolozzi created a sketchbook that largely anticipated Pop Art with its collages of comic figures and advertising prints. While Eduardo Paolozzi, one of the initiators of the London "Independent Group", the nucleus of British Pop Art, turned to other motifs in his later period, particularly "Man and Machine", he stayed true to the collage principle: his "3D-Collages" seem like robots, his steel sculptures from the late 1960s are dominated by collaged and distorted mirror images. Engineered parallel worlds open up in his later reliefs and prints.
The trend-setting oeuvre of Eduardo Paolozzi has already been honored in numerous international exhibitions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1964 or in Hanover Sprengel Museum in 2000.

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