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Július Koller

Július Koller was a Slovakian artist and writer known for his experimental and conceptual works that explored themes of identity, communication, and politics. Koller was born in Piestany, Slovakia, and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava.

Koller's work often employed a highly personal and idiosyncratic visual language, combining elements of avant-garde art movements such as Fluxus and Conceptual art with his own unique sensibility. He was interested in the ways in which art and language intersect, and his work often incorporated text and language-based elements as a means of exploring communication and meaning. Koller was also interested in the intersection of art and politics, and his work often explored themes of resistance and dissent.

Exhibited regularly in Slovakia, Koller has also exhibited internationally including Sao Paulo, New York, and New Zealand with recent solo shows Július KollerOne Man Anti Show, at the MUMOK, Wien, travelling to MUSEION, Bozen in 2016, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb (2019), Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2015) and group shows at Centre Pompidou, Paris (2020) and Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, (2017). He is considered one of the most important and influential artists of the Slovakian neo-avant-garde movement.

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