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Thomas Zipp was born on 1966 in Heppenheim, Germany.

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FACES, Kunstverein Heppenheim, Heppenheim The World’s Most Complete Congress Of Strange People, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin MENS AGITAT MOLEM (Luther & The Family of Pills), Sammlung Goetz, Munich (cat.)


2013 Comparative Investigation about the Disposition of the Width of a Circle, 55th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia (cat.) The Pink Noise Diaries, Kaufmann Repetto, Milan The chips are down, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York

Vertrautes Terrain – Aktuelle Kunst in & über Deutschland, ZKM, Karlsruhe (cat.)

Back to Black – Schwarz in der aktuellen Malerei, kestnergesellschaft, Hannover (cat.)


2012 ENGLAND ATTACKED BY THE AMERICAS, Kunstverein Oldenburg BLACKOUT CHAMBERS, L´ARC DE CERCLE & DISSOCIATIVE AMNESIA, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin 3 contributions to the theory of mass-aberrations in modern religions, Alison Jaques Gallery, London


2011 Beyond the Superego, Galerie Krinziger, Vienna Achtung!: solarized deterritorialization. insanity against Protestantism (England attacked by the Americas), Ausstellungsraum Céline und Heiner Bastian, Berlin (cat.) bilobed flaps, Baronian_Francey, Brussels The World´s most complete Congress of RITATIN Treatments, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck (cat.) The forbidden Conduct (Deviations in conservative societies), Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv


With a palette that favors burnt umber, gray and army green, his dark thinly painted canvases and sculptures often come in a careworn palette of ash white, granite grey and lots of black. The paintings’ stretchers sometimes extend into legs that might allow them to be carried like banners; some are paired with separately framed photo-based images of bearded 19th-century father figures or skeletons that seem to comment on the paintings. In his 2008 show “White Dada” at London’s Alison Jacques Gallery, Dada-style montages and defaced pictures included a textbook description of electroconvulsive therapy and images of drugs of the medical, non-recreational kind.

Since 2008, Zipp has been a professor at the Berlin University of the Arts.


Kunstpreis der Böttcherstraße in Bremen 2007, Kunsthalle Bremen (cat.)


In music, Zipp teamed up with Felix Weber to produce “Freie Musik” in 2002, first called Nazihipiwelt. They formed a trio called ZLW-Trio with electronic artist Sepp Löbert. Next Zipp and Weber founded the band DA (“Dickarsch”, meaning fatass in English) in 2006. The band featured Stefan Branca on guitar, as well as Phillip Zaiser and Kai Erdmann. DA released the LP Nach Hause in 2007. The opening nights of Zipp’s exhibitions often feature musical performances by the artist and his band.


Zipp studied at the Städelschule, Frankfurt (with Thomas Bayrle) and the Slade School[1], London from 1992-1998.


Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago / Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami / Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal (cat.)


Thomas Zipp (born 1966, Heppenheim, Germany) is an artist based in Berlin.