Lothar Baumgarten

Lothar Baumgarten (1944-2018) was a German conceptual artist known for his installations, photographs, and films that explored issues of cultural identity, colonialism, and the relationship between nature and culture. He was born in Rheinsberg, Germany, and later studied at the Staatliche Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf.

Baumgarten's work often incorporated elements of anthropology and ethnography, and he was particularly interested in the indigenous cultures of the Americas. He frequently worked with Native American communities, creating installations and public art projects that explored the histories and experiences of these communities.

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