Micha Ullman is one of the most important Israeli sculptors of his generation. His family fled a Thuringian village in 1933 to Palestine, where he was born in Tel Aviv in 1939.
His work has been shown in public space in Germany since the 1970s. Best-known is his memorial to the book burning at Berlin's Bebelplatz.
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Micha Ullman: Nobody
Ullman’s sculpture Nobody, part of the exhibition How German is it? 30 Artists’ Notion of Home from 2011–12
Jewish Life in Argentina
This exhibition was partly in response to Micha Ullman’s Book Burning Memorial.
23 Jul to 10 Oct 2010
Micha Ullman: Under
18 Mar to 31 Jul 2011