BEUYS Joseph
(Krefeld 1921 - Düsseldorf 1986)
Joseph Beuys - seven exhibitions at The Tate Gallery
Luogo: Londra
Editore: Tate Gallery
Stampatore: N. D.
Anno: [1972]
Legatura: N. D.
Dimensioni: 76,2x51 cm
Pagine: N. D.
Descrizione: poster ripiegato in otto parti, illustrato al recto con due immagini fotografiche in bianco e nero, al verso presenta un testo stampato in nero su fondo bianco, intitolato 'A comparison of two types of society'. Questo poster fa parte della serie di esposizioni 'Seven exhibitions at The Tate Gallery' tenutesi nel 1972 a Londra.
Bibliografia: N. D.
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"The Tate’s Seven Exhibitions (February 24 – March 23, 1972) was a seminal event which marked the arrival of conceptual art in Britain. The seven overlapping exhibitions were organized by Michael Compton, and included works by Keith Arnatt, Michael Craig-Martin, Hamish Fulton, Bob Law, Bruce McLean, David Tremlett, and Joseph Beuys. The exhibition included photographs, films, tape recordings, and a public lecture by Beuys on direct democracy, which also marked the first time the Tate displayed mixed media." - Seven exhibitions, introductory note by Tate Gallery London, 1972.