Andreas Siekmann (Hamm, Germany, 1961) studied History and History of Art at the University of Munich, and was awarded his doctorate in Art at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Since 1987 he has taken part in many exhibitions, some as important as Documenta in Kassel. Since the 90s he has done collective works, some in association with the German artist Alice Creischer. He lives and works in Berlin.

Siekmann, whose work always reveals a clear political stance, has done a number of works on the forces of exclusion and zones of repression, issues he always tackles with ingenuity and an outstanding associative logic.

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The problem becomes clear, crystal clear: the artist’s canvas becomes a mirror.
Michelangelo Pistoletto