In the late nineteen-sixties, a group of artists made a name for themselves in the United States by using photography as a basis for painting everyday scenes and objects with extraordinary realism. They gelled into what became known as the Hyperrealist movement, which took flight at the 1972 Kassel Documenta and remains airborne today.
Organized by the German cultural exchange agency Institut für Kulturaustausch.
- Author: Linda Chase, Nina S. Knoll, Otto Letze, Louis K.
- ISBN: 978-84-96763-53-1
- Date of publication: 2014-10-07
- Language: Spanish
- Measures: 26 x 28 cm
- Binding: Paperback
- N°. of pages: 200
- N° of illustrations: 154 (color)