Rebecca Horn (born 24 March 1944, Michelstadt, Hesse) is a German visual artist, who is best known for her installation art, film directing, and her body modifications such as Einhorn (Unicorn), a body-suit with a very large horn projecting vertically from the headpiece. She directed the films Der Eintänzer (1978), La ferdinanda: Sonate für eine Medici-Villa (1982) and Buster's Bedroom (1990). Horn presently lives and works in Paris and Berlin.
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Joey from Tate Collective London shares her perspective on Rebecca Horn's work In The Triangle
Prize-winning author, Jeanette Winterson, talked about work by four twentieth-century sculptors and installation artists who challenge the way we see ...
How artists have explored and utilised prosthetic technologies both to satirise humanity and help in the quest to expand the ...
ReadAs part of Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art, Acatia Finbow explores Rebecca Horn's Moveable Shoulder Extensions ...
Tate PapersInvoluntary Drawing
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Recent research indicates that the taught curriculum in art and design secondary school education pays scant attention to meaning-making in ...