Published in the edition h, August Haseke, Hannover, verso with the stamp.
Condition: Good condition, the edges barely visible darkened in places, small, soft handling crease in the right margin.
Literature: Timm Ulrichs: Betreten der Ausstellung verboten. Werke von 1960-2010; S. 30 – 31.
The German artist Timm Ulrichs attracted attention in the early 1960s when he declared himself the “first living work of art”. He radically expanded the concept of art into what he calls “total art”. With his interdisciplinary works, which can be conceptual, performative, sculptural, photographic, body art or text-based, he connects his life and body with art. He likes to play humorously with ambiguities. Timm Ulrichs, who held a professorship for sculpture and total art at the art academy in Münster from 1972 to 2005, now lives and works in Hanover and Berlin.