Stamping by little objects, 1973
8 sheets in unbound paper folder each signed; unique stampings made with various found objects and gelatin silver print of the objects
12h x 8 3/8w in
"...found on the occasion of a promenade on the bank of Rhein in Koln 12. September 1973..."
Géza Perneczky is an art historian, writer and visual artist who currently resides in Cologne. He was an important connector between the Hungarian/Eastern European and international art scenes. His early conceptual works highly influenced Hungarian neo-avante-garde tendencies and on the international scene, Perneczky was known as one of the founders of the post-fluxus mail art movement, which also defined the character of his conceptual works.