Timm Ulrichs (1940), Visuelle Konstruktion, 1968.
Serigraph on light wove paper (papier vélin), 52,6 x 52,6 cm on 61 x 61 cm.
Provenance: Private collection, Berlin, August Haseke, Cologne.
Published by Edition H, August Haseke, Hannover, with the stamp on the back side.
Condition: Good condition, the edges are barely noticeably browned in places; small, faint handle crease in the right margin.
The German artist Timm Ulrichs gained attention in the early 1960s when he declared himself the "first living work of art". He radically expanded the concept of art to a "Totalkunst" (german; total art) - as he called it. He connects his life and body with art through his cross-genre works, which can be conceptual, performative, sculptural, photographic, body art or text-based, etc. He likes to experiment with ambiguity in a humorous way. Timm Ulrichs, who held a professorship for sculpture and total art at the Kunstakademie Münster from 1972 to 2005. He now lives and works in Hanover and Berlin.
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- Timm Ulrichs (1940)
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Visuelle Konstruktion, 1968.
- In goede staat
- Totale afmetingen
- 61×0×61 cm