For the American politician see Paul Pfeifer. For The Wonder Years character see Josh Saviano.Paul Pfeiffer (born Honolulu, Hawaii, 1966) is an American sculptor, photographer and video artist whose work incorporates the use of found footage. He studied at the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA Printmaking) and Hunter College, New York (MFA), and has lived and worked in New York since 1990. Pfeiffer is represented by Paula Cooper in NYC; carlier | gebauer, Berlin and Thomas Dane, London.He has had solo shows at the UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2001), the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2002), the Barbican Arts Centre, London (2003), the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2003), The Project, New York (2007), carlier | gebauer, Berlin (2008), MUSAC, Leon, Spain (2008) and the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2009).He participated in the Whitney Biennial in 2000 and was awarded the inaugural Bucksbaum Award. In 2001 he participated in the 49th Venice Biennale. He won the visual arts Alpert Award in 2009.Pfeiffer's work is time-consuming and meticulous. "Pfeiffer makes a show of removing his subjectivity while investing himself intensely in his work: It can take him four months to produce a scant two minutes of video."He was the recipient of the Guna S. Mundheim Prize. In Spring 2003 he was an artist-in-residence at MIT, jointly organized by the MIT List Visual Arts Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Since Fall 2011 he has been Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin.