Anatol KNOTEK

KNOTEK Anatol

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Was born in 1977 in Vienna, Austria, where he still lives and works.

His specialty is visual and concrete poetry, but also installation and conceptual art are in the center of his artistic work, which have been exhibited internationally. His concrete and visual poems have been published in journals, chapbooks, schoolbooks and anthologies.

He is also a member of the »austrian art association«.

 

Anatol Knotek was born in 1977 in Vienna, where he still lives and works.

His specialty is visual and concrete poetry, but also installation and conceptual art are in the center of his artistic work, which have been exhibited internationally. His concrete and visual poems have been published in journals and anthologies.

He is also a member of the Austrian art association.

 

 

 

 

 

Anatol Knotek est né en 1977 à Vienne, où il travaille et vit actuellement.

Son activité artistique se focalise sur ce que l’on appelle la poésie visuelle et concrète ainsi que sur les installations graphiques et plastiques qui créent un lien entre le texte et l’image. L’art conceptuel de Knotek a déjà été exposé au niveau international et publié dans de nombreux recueils et revues.

Il est membre de l'association autrichienne des arts plastiques.

 

 

 

 

 

Anatol Knotek werd in 1977 geboren in Wenen, waar hij ook leeft en werkt.

In zijn artistiek werk legt hij de nadruk op zogenaamde visuele en concrete dichtkunst, evenals op grafische en beeldende installaties, die een verbinding van tekst en beeld creëren. De conceptuele kunst van Knotek werd reeds internationaal tentoongesteld en is verschenen in talrijke tijdschriften en bloemlezingen. Hij is lid van de Oostenrijkse Beroepsvereniging van Beeldende Kunstenaars.

 

 

 

 

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