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Tram Stop by Joseph Beuys

Tram Stop by Joseph Beuys

Vogtle Contemporary



Edition Size: 45

Sheet Size: 61x81 cm

Condition: Pristine

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Tram Stop, 1976/2007. Set of 3 photographs by Karlheinz NOWALD. Unsigned. Unframed.

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Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys was a talented German artist who produced exceptional works as a sculptor, graphic artist, art theorist, as well as being a passionate performance artist. Joseph Beuys served as an aircraft operator during World War II. It was during this time that he began to seriously ponder a career as an artist. After his return to Kleve, he was encouraged by a local sculptor, Walter Brux, and a painter, Hanns Lamers, to pursue art full-time. Throughout his career Beuys adopted shamanism as his preferred presentation mode of his art and also for his life.

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