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Bits & Pieces: A collection of works from 1957-1985

Joseph Beuys
21 × 29.5 × 0.5 cm

Exhibition catalogue for a Beuys show at the Richard Demarco Gallery in Scotland. The exhibition was based on Caroline Tisdall’s collection of what Beuys had assembled for her from the early 1970’s until his death in January 1986. Each black and white image is accompanied by the title, date created and an anecdote connected to his practice and/or life.

  1. Bits & Pieces: A collection of works from 1957-1985

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