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Wolf Vostell

Wolf Vostell was one of the most important german painters after the second world war. He was born in 1932 in Leverkusen, Germany and died 1998 in Berlin Germany.

He was in 1958 the first artist in history of art who incorporated a television set into one of his paintings. He was one of the pioneers of Videoart[?] and the Happening[?] and Fluxus movement. He is also famous for converting big American cars into sculptures of modern art.

Books: VOSTELL AUTOMOBILE Wasmuth Verlag

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