1939 born in Brooklyn, New York, US
1988 died in Pine Plains, New York, US
In the late Sixties Bill Bollinger was among the most prominent representatives of Process Art. His sculptural work, often ephemeral and space-oriented is made of industrial material, such as aluminium, ropes, elastic tubes, grids, wires or graphite dust. Legendary shows as „When Attitudes become Form“ by Harald Szeemann or „Anti-Illusion: Procedures/Materials“ in the Whitney Museum in New York exhibited Bollingers opus. After retiring from the art world in New York in the Seventies, Bill Bollingers´oevre was buried in oblivion and got rediscovered recently as a protruding artistic position.
Exhibitions at Häusler Contemporary’s (since 2012)
»A Line Between the Morning Sun and the Evening Sun« | anniversary group show Zurich | 2017
Collector’s Choice Andy Jllien »My Shoes Are Your Shoes« | group show Zurich | 2015
»When Attitudes Become Icons« | group show Zurich | 2013
»Temperamente auf Papier II« | group show Zurich | 2013