- Lothar Baumgarten Rheinsberg, Germany, 1944
- Technique:Gelatin silver print on paper
- Dimensions:38,8 x 57 cm
- Edition/serial number:1/3
- Category: Photography
- Entry date:2009
- Register number:AD05121
Throughout his work, Baumgarten reveals the influence of his father’s profession of anthropologist, and his own experience of living among the Amazonian Yanomami tribe in Venezuela. Through his focus on the relationship between the natural landscape and human culture, Baumgarten questions the conventionalisms of Western perception, and occupies a place in the field of artist as ethnologist-anthropologist.
Concha Calvo Salanova
Purojekuto fo sabaibaru : 1970-nen iko no gendai bijutsu saiho : purojekutibu (ishiteki tokiteki) na jissen no saihakken ni mukete / shusai Kyoto Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan, Tokyo Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan = Project for survival / organized by The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.[Kyoto] : Kyoto Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan, 1996.
Seven sounds, seven circles : [Kunsthaus Bregenz, 25.04. - 21.06.2009] / [Lothar Baumgarten ; Kurator: Rudolf Sagmeister].Baumgarten, Lothar ( 1944-)Köln : Walther König, 
America invention : Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, January 28-March 7, 1993 / Lothar Baumgarten.Baumgarten, Lothar ( 1944-)New York : Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 
Wall to wall / [exhibition curated by Maureen Paley ; exhibition organised by Roger Malbert and Susan May].London : The South Bank Centre, 1994.