Tomasz Stefan Lamprecht
Born Dec. 21, 1949, Warsaw, Poland, came to U.S., 1973; son of Tadeusz and Zofia (Kuropatwinska); married Alexandra (Godfrey); children: Emil, Zofia.
Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), School of Visual Arts, 1976, Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.), 1978, Columbia University, New York City.
Career: owner, Tomek Lamprecht Studio, New York City.
Author: numerous one person and group exhibitions and performances, i.a.: S.V.A. Gallery, 1975, 112 Green Street Gallery, 1976, O.K. Harris Gallery, 1976, Columbia University Gallery, 1977, You T.V. Better than Dance, Kitchen, 1978, Model Citizens, Carnegie Hall, 1979, New York City, 2 Yous, Kunsthalle, Basel (Switzerland), 1980, Departure Syndrome, Mazzo, Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1981, Before Religion, Kitchen, Love & Hate, Danceteria, New York City, 1981, Human Phantasies, Cobb / Mariette Fine Arts Center, Atlanta (GA) and Joseph Roberts Gallery, Seattle (WA), 1985, Passion Series, A.T.L., New York City, 1986, Projections of Dream Monuments Series, Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw (Poland), 1991 and Rudolf Bonvie, Cologne (Germany), 1992; religious posters series, Klein Brewer Gallery, New York City.
Member of: fellow, Museum of Modem Art, Guggenheim Museum.
Honors: scholarship, Columbia University, 1976-78; grant, Kosciuszko Foundation, 1977.
Languages: Polish, English, French.
Hobbies: travel, art collecting, tennis.
Office: Tomek Lamprecht Studio, 104 W. 17th St., #3W, New York, NY 10011.
From: "Who's Who in Polish America" 1st Edition 1996-1997, Boleslaw Wierzbianski editor; Bicentennial Publishing Corporation,
New York, NY, 1996