The Goethe Institut in Stockholm present an exhibition of black and white photographs of Lottar Wolleh, taken in 1971 in connection with Joseph Beuy's exhibition at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm.
Joseph Beuys was a German artist, teacher, and theorist of art who was highly influential in international contemporary art in the latter half of the 20th century. He is a founder of the art movement known as Fluxus, and a practitioner and exemplar of happenings, and performance art. He adopted media and techniques including paint, sculpture, graphic art, and installation.
Lothar Wolleh was a well-known German photographer. He worked as a commercial photographer and took portraits of international contemporary painters, sculptors and performance artists.
The pictures bellow present the exhibition which is now open at the Goethe Institut library (Bryggargatan 12A, Stockholm) until December 17 and were taken on behalf of the Goethe Institut.