Harald Naegeli – Swiss artist best known for his graffiti-like paintings. The authorities of Zürich at long last recognized Naegeli’s graffiti as art. The city restored one of the very few of his surviving graffiti in Zürich: Undine was created in 1978 on a building of the University of Zürich, located at Schönberggasse 9. When the building was renovated from 1995 to 2004, the graffito was considered valuable art by the building department and covered to protect it for the duration of the work.
Naegeli from 1984, showing him at Lörrach in the company of Beuys when he turned himself in to the Swiss police.