Eduardo Paolozzi ( SirEduardoPaolozzi, March 7, 1924 -2005 year in April 22nd ) Italy British sculptors.
Paolozzi was born in 1924 in Scotland Leith. 1968 by CBE, the Royal Academy in 1979, 1986 as ' Scotland queen permanent sculptors ' ( Queen'sSculptorinOrdinaryforScotland ), in 1989 by the knight rank. He has an honorary doctorate from the University of Cambridge, including.
Paolozzi is considered to be Henry Moore from the effects of the first batch of British sculptors. Collage is he as a printmaker and sculptor shared work method. His earliest collage creation can be traced back to the early 1950's. In 1952 the first meeting of independent groups, he will be the large collages projected on screen. The collage convey a radical new aesthetics, to 1950 time end flourishing art foundation.
Advanced sculpture with classical taste, while still applying Collage - assembly plan.
Paolozzi spent a year in a sanatorium, now, he is paralyzed from the waist down, are unable to speak. He was last seen, is a few days before attending died at the London FlowersEast gallery for its 1972-2000 retrospectives.
Eduardo Paolozzi 's personal life
A textile designer, 1951 FredaElliot, 1988.
3 daughters: Louise, Anna and Emma.
Eduardo Paolozzi - personal works
1951 British Festival fountain design
The 1953 Hamburg Garden Exhibition fountain design
1965AsIsWhen, by Wittgenstein's life and writings inspired by the 12 screen prints
1967MoonstripsEmpireNews, screen prints
1980 time TottenhamCourtRoad subway station mosaic decoration
1995 Newton ( sculpture ), the British Library courtyard
Eduardo Paolozzi chair
1968 - British Royal College of Art ( RoyalCollegeofArt )
In 1977 -1981, Professor CologneFachhochschule in Cologne
In 1994, Professor, School of the Art Institute of Munich
Eduardo Paolozzi - Exhibition
1947 solo exhibition, MayorGallery, London
The 1952 Venice Biennale
In 1953 the life and art of the parallel ( ParallelofLifeAndArt ), London
1956 this is tomorrow ( ThisIsTomorrow ), London
1959 the new image ( NewImagesofMan ), MoMA, New York
In 1959 Cassell Literature Exhibition
A retrospective exhibition of 1960, British Pavilion, Venice Biennale
A retrospective exhibition of 1971, Tate Gallery, London
A retrospective exhibition of 2005 (1972-2005 ), FlowersEast Gallery, London