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Joseph Beuys We Go This Way

Joseph Beuys
Violette Editions
22 × 30 × 3.5 cm

A large format monograph by Caroline Tisdall, Beuys’ working partner who had accompanied the artist on many adventures in art and life. Tisdall’s texts present Beuys’ works and ideas in a concise and enjoyable read, with over 400 b/w photographs picturing their travels, influential artworks, architecture, people and events.

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