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Joseph Beuys in Rotterdam 1980/2008

Joseph Beuys
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Beuys in Rotterdam 1980/2008

Adaptation and expanded edition of Museum Boijmans magazine, Rotterdam 1981, based on a conversation between Joseph Beuys and Peter Stryuken. Hollands first media art event. This FGA edition was made at the invitation of Museum Boijmans City Collection and was presented together with the 3 hour video registration of the conversation.

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