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André Thomkins, born in Lucerne, Switzerland, is among the most important Swiss artists of the second half of the 20th century. Drawing from surrealism and the dada movement as well as the works and ideas of Paul Klee and Kandinsky, and his knowledge of parapsychology, philosophy and literature Thomkins’ mercurial artistic practice includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, and music.  In his search for adequate expressions of his boundless imagination and fondness of experimentation, he invented his own painting techniques, among them the so-called Lackskins.

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