A presentation of political posters of the 70’ies produced by the German graphic designer, caricaturist and lawyer Klaus Staeck
The German graphic designer, caricaturist and lawyer, Klaus Staeck, is best known for his friendship and collaboration with Joseph Beuys. Both of them produced a significant series of multiples. In the seventies he started mocking German right-wing conservative politics with a series of forceful posters, principally inspired by John Heartfield’s photomontage tradition. Throughout the festival a selection of these posters will be on show in the BeursKafee.