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Ulrichs, Timm
Timm Ulrichs demonstriert... Kopf- und Körper-Kunst.
Wiesbaden: Städtisches Museum Wiesbaden, 1971.

#16852. Broadside flyer (28 x 20.5 cm.), illustrated after full-page photograph of a topless Ulrichs as "Fig. 1."

Announcing an exhibition in Wisebaden (Sept. 21 through Oct. 02), a topless Ulrichs here declares himself “the first living artwork” (in the obscured text at bottom).

See here for another instance of Ulrichs’ artistic megalomania


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Jason Rovito, Bookseller / ILAB, ESA, RBMS / Avant-garde. design history, human sciences / Because the Cloud forgets