“Vostell Concrete, 1969–1973”

Art, Sculpture
“Vostell Concrete, 1969–1973”
Photograph: Courtesy MCA Chicago Wolf Vostell, "Proposal for Concrete Traffic", 1970

Best known for encasing a Cadillac in concrete, German artist Wolf Vostell adopted the material as a motif, using it to demonstrate permanence, urban renewal and unrest. "Vostell Concrete" collects 45 of the artist's sculptures, films, collages and prints, examining the motivation behind his use of materials and what they signified.


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