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Max Neumann (b. 1949)
Neumann was born in 1949 in Saarbueck.
1960-1970 Wekkunstschule in Saabucken.
1969-1970 School of Applied Art in Saarbruck
1970-1973 Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe
1974-1976 University of Fine Arts Berlin
Selected Awards Include:
1982- Charlottenburger Art Award, Berlin
1983- Award of the BDI (German Industry Federation)
1984- Rubens Award of the city of Siegen
1986- Villa Romana-Award, Firenze
1998- Dr. Dietrich Schulz Foundation Award
2003- Award of the City of Iserlohn
Some of Neumann's public collections include: Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, Berlinische Galerie – Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett – Berlin, Museum Lübeck, Saarlandmuseum Saarbrücken, Museum Folkwang Essen, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum, Schloß Gottorf, Sammlung Deutsche Bank Frankfurt, Sammlung Deutsche Bank Luxemburg, Fondation Guerlain – Frankreich, Fondation Maeght, St. Paul de Vence – Frankreich, Museum Caen – Frankreich, Museum Oviedo – Spanien, Seibu Museum, Tokio – Japan, Kawamura - Memorial - Museum, Chiba – Japan, Sendai Museum, Sendai - Japan, Museum Hiroschima - Japan, Museum Hakone – Japan.
From 1987 to 1988 Neumann was the Artist in Residence at the Akademie of Fine Arts Karlsruhe. Neumann continues to live and work in Berlin.
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