German art-world photographer Wolfgang Träger has long been known for his unflinching dedication to documenting international openings, performances and festivals. His passion since 1989 has been following the Fluxus movement and their charged and unpredictable global performances and happenings.
Over the years, Wolfgang Träger created an invaluable visual record of a movement that dates back to the early 1960's and includes art icons such as Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, John Cage, Carolee Schneemann and Ben Patterson. After following Fluxu' 50th-anniversary celebrations, Träger has finally released his encyclopedic visual history, beautifully produced with 100 black-and-white historical images and poignant essays. His years of dedication come together to create a breathtaking who's who of this pivotal art movement.