Tomi Ungerer (1931–2019) is one of the most influential graphic artists, illustrators, and children’s book authors. Publications such as The Three Robbers, Heute hier, morgen fort and Der Nebelmann made him world famous. Ungerer also produced posters against the Vietnam War and racial conflicts, milieu studies on Herbertstraße in Hamburg, drawings that dealt with traumatic memories from the war, and large collages later in his career.
In the major exhibition Tomi Ungerer: It’s All about Freedom, produced in collaboration with the Tomi Ungerer Estate and the Musée Tomi Ungerer in Strasbourg, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg is showing the first comprehensive retrospective of nine decades of Ungerer’s work, ranging from drawings from the 1930s to objects from the 2010s.
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