Damian le Bas

Stage designer

Damian was born in Sheffield U.K. in 1963. He completed a Masters Degree at the Royal College of Art in London. He was one of the sixteen artists who were part of Paradise Lost, The First Roma Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2007. Together with his wife and artist Delaine Le Bas he is involved in two long term artistic projects Safe European Home/Frontier De Luxe (beginning in 2010 with the first installation being created outside the Parliament building in Vienna May/June 2011) and Gypsy Revolution which incorporates historical documentation alongside contemporary artworks created by the Le Bas’s and other artists.

In the past years Damian has worked extensively with maps and cartographies and is a cross disciplinary artist. He exhibits internationally including Venice Biennale 2007, Prague Biennale 2005 & 2007, The Third Edition Of The Project Biennale Of Contemporary Art D-O Ark Underground Bosnia & Herzegovina 2015 and Goteborg International Biennale For Contemporary Art 2015. He lives and works in various locations across the U.K and Europe.

© Photo: Annette Hauschild