Marina Abramovic after Joseph Beuys' "How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare."

Marina Abramović Seven Easy Pieces: Joseph Beuys, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare, 1965 Seven hours of performance for seven days at Guggenheim Museum, NY

Joseph Beuys, ‘Whale trap’ 1966

Artwork page for ‘Whale trap’, Joseph Beuys, 1966

Joseph Beuys, Queen Bee, 1952

Joseph Beuys - Queen Bee (for bronze sculpture), 1958 - gold, bronze x cm.

Joseph Beuys (b. 12 May 1921)

Joseph Beuys -Terremoto Date: 1981 Style: Conceptual Art Genre: installation Media: objet trouve, board, printed brochure, recorder with cassette

How To Explain Pictures To A Dead Hare - Joseph Beuys

Photo of Joseph Beuys’ performance How to Explain Paintings to a Dead Hare, Nov.

Joseph Beuys (1921–1986). I Hereby Resign from Art, 1985. From a set of postcards.

I Hereby Resign from Art - Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys - cast fat  Beuys worked to make castings of "new" architectural spaces that had failed to provide the cultural improvement that they promised.  This cast, one of several made from an underpass, is simultaneously aesthetic, performative and ritualistic in its intent to draw attention as well as heal.

Joseph Beuys - cast fat Beuys worked to make castings of "new" architectural spaces that had failed to provide the cultural improvement that they promised. This cast, one of several made from an underpass, is simultaneously aesthetic, performative and ritualistic in its intent to draw attention as well as heal.

Joseph Beuys, Astronautin, 1957. Deutsche Bank Collection. ©  VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013

Deutsche Bank - ArtMag - 79 - feature - Walk the Line - A visual journey at the Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle

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