JOSEPH BEUYS: A COLORFUL WORLD
OBJECTS SCULPTURES DRAWINGS PRINTS 1970 - 1986
Category: Contemporary art monographs
The Beuysian world of things appears in the colors of their materials: felt, cardboard, wood, copper, iron, sulfur, hare’s blood, butter. Assembling objects, sculptures, drawings, and prints created between 1970 and 1986, this book explores Beuys’ idiosyncratic use of color and teaches us how to discover and decipher the surprising variety in an oeuvre that is anything but drab and melancholy gray.