Rotating Liverpool Building, England, Richard Wilson Design, Images, Architects
Rotating Liverpool Art – Photographs : Richard Wilson Installation
New Liverpool Architecture – Rotation Installation
20 Oct 2007
Richard Wilson Installation Liverpool
Rotating Liverpool Art
Location: central Liverpool
Date built: 2007
Artist: Richard Wilson
Richard Wilson RA (born 1953) is an English sculptor, installation artist and musician.
Education: London College of Printing, Hornsey College of Art, Reading University
Born in Islington, London, Wilson studied at the London College of Printing, Hornsey College of Art and Reading University. He was the DAAD resident in Berlin in 1992, Maeda Visiting Artist at the Architectural Association in 1998 and nominated for the Turner Prize in both 1988 (when Tony Cragg won) and 1989 (when Richard Long won).
Wilson’s first solo show was 11 Pieces, at the Coracle Press Gallery in London in 1976. Since then he has had at least 50 solo exhibitions around the world.
He formed the Bow Gamelan Ensemble in 1983 with Anne Bean and Paul Burwell.
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