Born in Bavaria in 1937, NILS-UDO is an essential artist of the European counterpart of the “land art” movement. Painter then photographer of his installations, he is at the origin of the current “Art in Nature”. His recomposed images are today a reference in the field of contemporary photography. In his Installations sponsored around the world, NILS-UDO interact with the landscape never forcing it. From Connemara to the Island of the Reunion, from Vassivière Island to Central Park, this indefatigable surveyor of the globe designs each intervention separately, guided by the “genius of the place” and the materials collected on...
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