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Carsten Höller - Soma - Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (HD)

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Until 6th of February 2011

Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
Invalidenstr. 50–51,
D – 10557 Berlin


Carsten Höller was born 1961 in Brussels and is counted among the most prominent contemporary artists. The artist, who lives in Stockholm, has presented significant work at the Documenta X (1997), the Expo in Hannover (2000) and at the Venice Biennial (2005). 2006 he installed an expansive piece in the “Turbine Hall” of the Tate Modern, which attracted worldwide attention.

But Carsten Höller has not always been an artist. To begin with he studied agricultural science in Kiel, Germany and habilitated 1993 in Phytopathology. Parallel to his work as a scientist he began his artistic career and integrated the experiment as a method into his artistic work.

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