Feroz Gallery presents its new exhibition devoted to german artist Chargesheimer (Cologne 1924-1971). From the beginning of his career, he pursued different artistic interests. While developing an extensive documentation of Cologne’s ruins in the early post-war years, the artist also worked as set designer and devoted himself to creating metal sculptures, surrealist photomontages and experimental works: pictures created by light and chemicals applied directly onto negatives or photographic paper.
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