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Herbert Brandl : la biennale di Venezia 2007

Robert Fleck (author), Philipp Kaiser (author)

Herbert Brandl : la biennale di Venezia 2007

Herbert Brandl (*1959), who has gained an international reputation for his solo shows in large institutions and his participation in important group exhibitions such as the documenta IX in Kassel, will represent Austria at the 52nd Venice Biennale. For over twenty years, Brandl has produced paintings of international caliber, with a special focus on the possibilities of working with color. He is o
Subject
Brandl, Herbert
Title
Herbert Brandl : la biennale di Venezia 2007
Author
Robert Fleck Philipp Kaiser
Language
Multiple languages, German, English
Publisher
Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2007
143 p. : ill.
Note
Publ. n.a.v. de tentoonstelling te Venetië (Österreichischer Pavillon) van 10 juni tot 21 nov. 2007 in het kader van de 52ste internationale kunsttentoonstelling van de biënnale van Venetië
ISBN
9783775719971
Placing suggestion
Oostenrijk 737.8 (SISO)

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About Robert Fleck

Robert William Fleck (born 11 August 1965, in Glasgow) is a former Scottish professional footballer and manager. Fleck played as a striker from 1983 until 2001, notably in the Scottish Premier League for Rangers, in England for Chelsea in the FA Premier League, and for Norwich City in the Football League.

Fleck also played for Bolton Wanderers, Bristol City and Reading. Fleck gained four caps for Scotland and featured in the 1990 World Cup. Fleck went into management in 2000 with Dr. Kenny Muir with a spell as player-managers of Non-league Gorleston, and later having a four-year spell in charge of Diss Town. Fleck was made a member of Norwich City's Hall of Fame. Since retiring as a player, he has worked in football management, but is now a teaching assistant in Norwich.

Playing career

Fleck started his senior career with Rangers under manager Jock Wallace, although it was only after th…Read more on Wikipedia