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Leonhard Lapin

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Leonhard Lapin (29 December 1947 – 28 February 2022), also known under the pseudonym Albert Trapeež, was an Estonian architect, artist, architecture historian, and poet. Biography Emeritus Professor at Estonian Academy of Arts, Lapin was a forerunner of the avant-garde movement in Estonia, and influenced Estonian art and architecture through his works and writings during the postwar 20th century. Lapin was active in functionalism, suprematism, technological futurism and pop art. As an artist, he created graphics, paintings, performances, happenings and published several articles, books and poetry collections. Lapin influenced many students as a teacher; he regarded architecture and art mainly as a spiritual activity. He died on 28 February 2022, at the age of 74.After his death, he was cremated and scattered over the river in Pirita. Biography *1965 graduated Räpina High School. *1966–1971 studied architecture at ERKI *1970 got introduced to Academic Oriental Assoc
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