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O'Donnell, John
John O’Donnell was conceived on Halloween, born on his father’s birthday, and raised in Montana. He lives and works in Connecticut. He is the founder of the TPSSF (The Puberty Survivors Support Forum) and the inventor of “Installage” (installation + collage).
O'Keeffe, Georgia

O'Klein, Boris

Boris O'Klein, born Arthur Boris O'Klein, (Moscow, September 26, 1893 – 1985[1]), a French artist and cartoonist. An anthropomorphic artist, he is known for his numerous prints and watercolors of dogs getting up to mischief.

Odelade, Tunde
ABOUT ME I am a self taught artist that has lived in London since my early teens. Born in 1974 in Nigeria, I moved to London in 1988. After spending many years as a self employed pharmacist, I decided to make a commitment to my great passion of art in 2012. My paintings are inspired from the landscapes of London where I grew up.
Okamura, Arthur
Arthur Okamura was born in Long Beach, California, February 24, 1932. He was interned at the Santa Anita Race Track "Assembly Center" soon after Pearl Harbor was bombed by Japan, on December 1, 1941. After 6 months, he and his family were transferred to Amache Relocation Center in Colorado, where they lived for three years.
Olaf, Erwin

Erwin Olaf (Erwin Olaf Springveld) (born 1959 Hilversum, Netherlands) is a photographer.

Oldenburg, Claes

Claes Oldenburg (b.1929)

One of the most popular 20th century sculptors, the Swedish-born American sculptor, painter and pop artist Claes Oldenburg began his career in New York where he participated in numerous Happenings with artists including Jim Dine, Allan Kaprow and George Segal.

Olitski, Jules
Color Field painter, Jules Olitski was a GI Bill student in Paris, where he had his first solo exhibition in 1951.
Oliveira, Nathan

Olsen, Otto
Otto Olsen is one of the more mysterious Danish artists. Olsen never received any training in arts nor was he from an upper class family. Olsen was from a normal working class family and both Olsen and his farther worked for many years as machinists in a factory.
Olugebefola, Ademola
"Ademola Olugebefola was a pioneer in creating a new image of Blackness in the 1960s and 70s. With his colleagues, he presented images of a new African, one that encompassed not just the continental entity but also the diasporic reality.
Omiros, George
For Greek photographer George-Omiros, photography hasn’t always been a profession. A marketing professional by training, George worked in the corporate world for over 20 years, pursuing photography as a hobby on the side.
Ondák, Roman

Roman Ondák (*1966 in Žilina, Slovakia) studied graphic design and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava from 1988 to 1994.

Ono, Yoko

Yoko Ono (born February 18, 1933), is a Japanese-American artist and musician who is most widely known for her relationship with John Lennon of The Beatles. When Yoko first met John Lennon, she was an artist exhibiting in the UK.

Onofre, João

João Onofre was born in 1976 in Lisbon, Portugal, where he continues to live and work. Primarily creating performance-based videos, Onofre also uses photography and text. Many of his pieces appropriate a historical artwork, a song or a film scene as a means of addressing the ways in which performance might affect its content.

Opalka, Roman

Roman Opałka (born 1931) is a Polish painter born in France.

Joe Oppedisano is a New York based fashion photographer and also well known for his iconic gay photo books. His most recent works include the books UNCENSORED, TESTOSTERONE, and KNOCKOUT!

A hard man is good to find!

Orensanz, Marie
Marie Orensanz a passé son existence créative à mi-chemin entre l’Argentine, son pays, et la France, qui lui a servi de refuge pendant les années de la dictature militaire. Son univers profondément conceptuel aborde les questions du sens des choses, du langage, de l’infini à travers des installations qui mettent en scène des fragments (de marbres,
Orlan, Mireille

Orlan (born Mireille Suzanne Francette Porte) is a French artist, born May 30, 1947 in Saint-Étienne, Loire.

Orloff, Chana

Chana Orloff (1888 -1968) was a Ukraine-born Israeli figurative sculptor.

Orlov, Irena
IRENA ORLOV Website: http://www.irenaorlov.com BIOGRAPHY Irena Orlov, innovative, contemporary fine artist, architect, designer, illustrator, photographer is known for creating captivating works which are full of energy. Extraordinary versatile in her mediums, Irena could never imagine life without art.
Orlyk, Harry
Harry Orlyk was born in Troy, New York in 1947. In 1971 after graduating college, he went on to graduate school at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln . Over the next nine years, he was influenced by several Nebraskan artists.
Orozco, Gabriel

Gabriel Orozco (born April 27, 1962) is a Mexican artist, called "one of the most influential artists of this decade, and probably the next one too."[1] He was born in Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico and educated in the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas between 1981 and 1984.

Oshima, Yumiko

 

 

Ossorio, Alfonso A.

Alfonso A.

Osuitok, Isaac
Little is known about Isaac Osuitok, other than he was the son of the great Inuit sculptor Osuitok Ipeelee, and that tragically, he took his own life at a young age. The only reason we even know this much about the artist is due to an earlier contact we made with John Houston, who was the leading expert on Inuit artwork.

 

Tom Otterness (b. 1952 in Wichita, Kansas) is an American sculptor whose works adorn parks, plazas, subway stations, libraries, courthouses and museums in New York---most notably in Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City and in the 14th Street/8th Avenue subway station---and other cities around the world.

Oursler, Tony

Tony Oursler (b. New York City, 1957) is a multimedia and installation artist.

Overbeeke, Aernout
Born May 17, 1951 in the Netherlands. Taught himself History of Art at the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Being expelled from high school made focussing on photography possible.