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March 2021
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JOSEPH BEUYS: THINK. ACT. CONVEY.

04 March 2021 11:00 - 13 June 2021 18:00

Beginning in the 1960s, Joseph Beuys developed new modes of thought that, in their complexity, continue to be relevant today. He achieved universal fame with his expanded definition of art and the concept of social sculpture.

In his broad oeuvre, Joseph Beuys extensively examines topics of humanism, social philosophy, and anthroposophy. The presentation at the Belvedere 21 also revolves around the concepts of thinking, acting, and mediating: While the main work, Honey Pump at the Workplace, stands as a symbolic representation of Joseph Beuys' creed that societal transformation can be achieved through art, Stag Monuments seemingly marks the new beginning of a shattered society. In addition, the exhibition also embraces works and documentation of Beuys' work in Vienna.

More info: https://www.belvedere.at/en/joseph-beuys

Picture: Joseph Beuys, Honey Pump at the Work Place, 1974-1977, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, on permanent loan: Museumsfonden af 7 December, 1966 / Bildrecht, Vienna 2021

JOSEPH BEUYS: THINK. ACT. CONVEY.
Belvedere 21
Arsenalstra├če 1
1030 Wien
Austria

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