Guenter Albrecht-Buehler

Pictures taken during the show

'Logical Art and the art of Logic'

From May 1, 1997 to May 31, 1997

In the Fine Arts Building Gallery

410 South Michigan Avenue

Chicago, IL 60605

Guenter Albrecht-Buehler was born 1942 in Berlin and grew up in Germany in Ochsenfurt/Main and in Munich. He studied physics at Munich University and the Technical University of Munich. After receiving his Ph.D he turned to cell biology. For some 30 + years he has worked on expressions of cell motility and their possible implications of a rudimentary intelligence of animal and human tissue cells in Basel (Switzerland) at the Friedrich-Miescher Institute, at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (Cold Spring Harbor, NY) and at Northwestern University, Chicago. Most recently, he turned his research focus to the architecture of genomes. At present he is the Robert Laughlin Rea Professor of Cell Biology at the Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. He is married a second time and has five children, three children from his first marriage, Christine, Conrad and Carl, and Ananya and Ishan from his second marriage. In his leisure time he writes computer programs or listens to Bach, Mozart and Vivaldi, unless he makes pictures like the ones seen here.