Signed, Titled and dated mixed media collage painting.
Born 1949 Wurzburg
he showed at Walter Bischoff Gallery
Peter Below edited the third issue of Commonpress magazine in the Federal Republic of Germany, it picked up on the artist/editor’s own interest, in this case eroticism.
He is in the archives of MOMA and the Getty museum.
The "Neoist Network's First European Training Camp" took place at Peter Below's Studio '58, in Wurzburg, West Germany, from 21st to 27th June 1982.(3) Here the Neoist practice of offering free hair cuts to the public was continued. The performances on the whole saw a shift away from futurist influences and towards a fluxus aesthetic. John Cage, Allan Karpow and Ray Johnson all influenced the mail art concrete poetry aesthetic.
He is included in the catalog by Siegfried Salzmann,
Das Buch. Künstlerobjekte Along with Hans Alvesen, Manfred Bartling, Peter Below, Joseph Beuys, Manfred Ott, Günther Uecker, Jochen Gerz u. v. a.
He is included in the Lomholt Mail Art Archive is quite a big treasure of Stamp Art collected by the artist Niels Lomholt throughout the 1970s and 1980s. With its huge number of digital files, the archive is, paradoxically, a testimony of a time, before the internet was something which we could all access.