Dick, Inge, b. Vienna, Jan. 15, 1941, photographer and painter. Began as an autodidact; from 1962 studied at the Hochschule fuer angewandte Kunst (now University of Applied Art) in Vienna. Created conceptional paintings in the tradition of classic modernism; in the 1980s Polaroid photographs became central elements of her works. In 2000 she developed the largest Polaroid camera in the world for an exhibition project in Halle.
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