Coverbild Beuys & Duchamp
Beuys & Duchamp
Artists of the Future
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Edited by: Magdalena Holzhey, Katharina Neuburger, Kornelia Röder
Texts by: Hans Dickel, Antje von Graevenitz, Gerhard Graulich, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Katharina Neuburger, Leah Sweet
Graphic Design: Christoph Steinegger
Institution: Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Kaiser Wilhelm Museum
Artist: Joseph Beuys, Marcel Duchamp
English
October 2021 , 392 Pages , 300 Ills.
Quarterbound Hardcover
290mm x 228mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5068-4
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| Radical Modernism Squared
In conversations and interviews Joseph Beuys mentioned Marcel Duchamp more than any other artist. And hardly anyone else seems to have challenged him more than this artist from the previous generation. Direct evidence of this is his oft-cited action Das Schweigen von Marcel Duchamp wird überbewertet (The Silence of Marcel Duchamp is Overrated) from 1964, through which Beuys attempted to shift focus onto the political and social dimensions of his concept of expanded art. The associations and connections between the artists go deep. Both used similar radical strategies to rejuvenate the concept of art and the role of art in everyday life; their questions had a number of aspects in common. This richly illustrated catalogue is the first to undertake a profound exploration of this multilayered relationship, while investigating both artists’ future-oriented potential.

This book is also available in German

MARCEL DUCHAMP (1887–1968) was one of modernism’s most influential artists. From 1913 on, his readymades, objects, installations, and word games radically questioned the common concept of art.

JOSEPH BEUYS (1921–1986) fundamentally altered art after 1960 in his many roles as a draftsman, sculptor, performance and installation artist, teacher, politician, and activist. At the center of his concept of expanded art and the universal work of art is the vision of changing society.
EXHIBITION
Kunstmuseen Krefeld (Kaiser Wilhelm Museum),
October 8, 2021–January 16, 2022
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