Hans Haacke

Hans Haacke (born August 12, 1936) is a German-American artist who lives and works in New York.

Read more about Hans Haacke:  Early Life, Systems Work (1970-present), Writing and Publications

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Sociological Art - Key Moments
... Group (Jon Hendricks and Jean Toche), Hans Haacke, Michel Journiac, Henri Maccheroni, Serge Oldenberg, Joan Rabascall, Sosno, Bernard Teyssedre, and Louis Chavignier ... German, Paris, with works from Art et Language, Willy Bongard, Hervé Fischer, Fred Forest, Hans Haacke, John Latharn, Les Levine, Lea Lublin, Jacques Pineau, Adrian Piper ... works from Art et Language, Jean-François Bory, Jacques Charlier, Hervé Fischer, Fred Forest, Hans Haacke, Les Lévine, Léa Lublin, Antonio Muntadas, Joan ...
Hans Haacke - Writing and Publications
... On being considered a political artist Haacke says "it is uncomfortable for me to be a politicized artist.. ... Jack Burnham comments on Haacke's political growth and links its roots to exposure to a time of political unrest in the US surrounding the Vietnam War ... Burnham also points to Haacke's joining the Arts Workers Coalition and the boycott of the São Paulo Bienal in Brazil in 1969 as catalyst for the artist's work to take a political direction ...