Gunther von Hagens Photo with von Hagens and his ,,objects".
Hand signed with silver felt pen.
The autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
4 x 6 inches, very good condition.
Gunther von Hagens is a controversial German anatomist who invented the technique for preserving biological tissue specimens called plastination. In 2002 von Hagens performed the first public autopsy in the UK in 170 years, to a sell-out audience of 500 people in a London theatre. Prior to performing the autopsy, von Hagens had received a letter from Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy, the British government official responsible for regulating the educational use of cadavers. The letter warned von Hagens that performing a public autopsy would be a criminal act under section 11 of the Anatomy Act 1984.
After several legal challenges to the Body Worlds exhibit in Germany, in the Summer of 2004 von Hagens announced it would be leaving the country. From 2004 onwards the exhibitions toured North America, returning to Europe in 2007 with an exhibition in Manchester, UK and ending in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2011.
Item ID: col-9738
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