German sculptor, installation, and performance artist
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Announcement of a month long series of solo shows entitled “7 Exhibitions” organized by Michael Compton and held at the Tate Gallery. Artists include Keith Arnatt, Michael Craig-Martin, Bob Law, David Tremlett, Hamish Fulton, Joseph Beuys and Bruce McLean.
Description of a Westdeutscher Rundfunk public television special called “Art and Anti-Art”.
Advertisement for Avalanche Video. Describes contents of current and future videos available.
Essay by Willoughby Sharp on body art.
Text of Joseph Beuys lecture at Documenta 5.
Description of the television exhibition “Identifications” organized by Gerry Schum on November 30, 1970.
Description of the performance piece Isolation Unit by Joseph Beuys and Terry Fox.
Advertisement for Galleria l’Attico, includes a list of artists.
Summaries of events at the gallery over its first eighteen months of existence.
Description and photo of the exhibition “Happenings and Fluxus” which took place at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in 1970.
Interview with Terry Fox. Includes descriptions and photographs of several pieces.
Advertisement announcing Joseph Beuys’s and Chris Burden’s representation by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc.
Description of Beuys’ I Like Amerika, Amerika Likes Me
Advertisement for Joseph Beuys at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts.
Advertisement for Joseph Beuys Drawings 1947-1972 Videotape interview with Willoughby Sharp.
Advertisement for the exhibition “Arena — dove sarei arrivato se fossi stato intelligente!”
Advertisement for Joseph Beuys’s first American exhibition.
Photos of Beuys installing work for the exhibition “When Attitudes Become Form” at the Kunsthalle Bern. Photography and design by Shunk-Kender.
Ruthenbeck discusses his transition from photography to sculpture, the influence of meditation on his work, and his method of displaying his works of art.
Description of the exhibition Software.