Tim Berresheim

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Tim Berresheim (born 1975, Heinsberg, Germany) is a contemporary German visual artist who lives and works in Cologne. [1] [2] He studied at the Hochschule der Bildenden Künste in Braunschweig from 1998 to 2000 and the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf from 2000-2000. [3] He studied under the director, actor, and screenwriter Burkhard Driest and the German artist Albert Oehlen. [4]

Besides making visual art, Berresheim also makes music with fellow established contemporary German artist, Jonathan Meese. [5]

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References

  1. http://www.marcjancou.com/artists/tim-berresheim/biography/
  2. http://icallitoranges.blogspot.com/2009/02/tim-berresheim.html
  3. http://patrickpainter.com/artists/Berresheim_Tim/index.html#
  4. Wolfgang Brauneis, "A Liberating Punch in the Guts," trans. Bettina Swynnerton and Annabel Bootiman, in Tim Berresheim, "Obey" (catalog), Galerie Hammelehle und Ahrens, Köln (2005), pp. 71-72
  5. http://patrickpainter.com/artists/Berresheim_Tim/index.html