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Henry Tietzsch-Tyler is an Anglo-German painter and installation artist working out of the inheritance of a German memory centred on the events of the Second World War and the post-war period in Germany.
He began exhibiting in the 1970s as a performance artist, an experience which significantly affected his attitude as an artist and his approach to painting. He sees painting fundamentally as an 'act' which produces images and objects for interpretation within an arranged setting. Paintings are presented together with other materials (often photographic), and the presence of the artist also plays an important role.