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Caecilia Tripp  1968, DE

Rank (2014): 20910 – 

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USA 2
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1968 Born in Frankfurt am Main, HE (DE)

Lives and works in Paris (FR)

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2008
   Caecilia TRIPP - Paris Anthem - - - Galerie Maisonneuve, Paris (closed, 2008)

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2012
   Fat Birds don't Fly - Netwerk - center for contemporary art, Aalst

2010
   Res Publica - Moscow museum of modern art - MMOMA, Moscow

2009
   Summer Exhibition - Martos Gallery, New York City, NY
Description  Invasion of Sound. Music and the Visual Arts - Zacheta - National Gallery of Art, Warsaw

2008
  Centro de Arte Moderna - CAM -  Fundação Calouste Gulbenkiane-flux Video Rental / 1st Floor of the Foundation central building - Centro de Arte Moderna - CAM - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon Send message

2007
   MAS': From Process To Procession - BRIC Rotunda Gallery, New York City, NY

2005
   Radio kills the Video Star - Side A - FRAC - Champagne-Ardenne, Reims
   ADAM - Smart Project Space, Amsterdam
   Radiodays, Bandes Originales - de Appel Boys' School, Amsterdam

1996
   MICHAEL CORRIS "GANG WAREFARE" - Le Consortium, Dijon

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France

 FRAC - Champagne-Ardenne, Reims

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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