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Nationality/school
American, Austrian
Born
Chernivtsi 1890-09-22/1892-09-22
Cernauti (Roemenië, distr.), according to 'Peggy Guggenheim & Frederick Kiesler.: The Collector and the Visionary', Venetië 2003-2005, p. 364, (tentoonstellingscat.) // Tent.cat. Keulen 1988 : geb. Wenen 1890-09-22
Deceased
New York City 1965-12-27
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1920 - 1945
Education
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Wenen)
painting and printmaking between 1910 and 1912
Active in
  • Wenen 1908 - 1909
    Technische Hochschule
  • Wenen 1920 - 1925
    Frederick Kiesler worked together with Adolf Loos in Vienna in 1920; he was in contact with members of De Stijl; designed the Austrian pavilion in 1925 for the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris in 1925 (see reference books 1996)
  • New York City 1926 - 1965
    emigration to the United States
active in
died in
Medium/technique
wood
Product
scenic design
Current
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De Stijl, Surrealism
External links
Wikipedia
Entered on: 1994-08-02; Modification on: 2017-03-30

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