Artists Anonymous are an art group based in Berlin and London. They founded 2001 during their studies at University of Arts, Berlin at the classes of Georg Baselitz and Stan Douglas. They finished studying 2006, when Douglas was forced to leave the UdK.
2006 one of the big dyptichons from the series "Apocalyptic Warriors" was bought by Charles Saatchi. 2007 instead of collaborating with Art Galleries, they converted an old garage space in London, Vynerstreet to a showroom and ran their own gallery during this time several of their works were sold to the Deutsche Bank Collection. By the end of 2007 the opening of their second space in Berlin, Heidestrasse, followed, where one big installation( the gunslinger and other true stories) took place;
since then a number of different shows and project took place such as
Frieze Art Fair, VIP Lounge of Deutsche Bank Collection, London "Virus" at Haunch of Venison, "The fictitious blowing up of the Hamburger Bahnhof" at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, "Communication and Association" at A Foundation, Liverpool, as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2008, "Bioshock" at Ron Mandos Gallery, Amsterdam, "Play the City", at Schirn, Kunsthalle Frankfurt/Main, "Unconditional love" at Venice Biennial, 2009, "Rapture", White Square Gallery, Berlin, Germany/Museum for Russian Art Kiev
2009 Artists Anonymous ended their working relationship with Haunch of Venison to work with
Their work is included in various private and public Collections, like Manchester City Art Gallery, UK, Deutsche Bank Collection, Saatchi Collection, UK Advaney Collection, NL, UK, Walsall Art Museum, UK, Rubell Collection, Miami, USA, Zabludowicz Collection, UK In September 2012 they are holding their first show with Banksy-Legend Lazarides
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