Beuys without Hat is the first photographic exhibition to be showing at the Horst-Janssen-Museum in Oldenburg. It comprises the portraits of more than 60 visual artists, captured with great sensitivity by Hamburg-based photographer Karin Székessy.
Art in Photography
Karin Székessy (born 1938) is among Germany's most important women photographers, known particularly for her images of the female nude. Inspired by her encounters with painters, graphic artists and sculptors in her social circle, Székessy created predominantly black-and-white portraits – starting in the 1960s and continuing to this day. In her vivid, authentic portraits, Székessy also manages to capture the deeply intertwined relationship between her subjects and their art.
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