Joseph Beuys - 7000 Oaks

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Joseph Beuys - 7000 Oaks

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Joseph Heinrich Beuys was a German artist, teacher, performance artist, and art theorist whose work reflected concepts of humanism, sociology, and anthroposophy. He was a founder of a provocative art movement known as Fluxus and was a key figure in the development of Happenings. In 1982, he was invited to create a work for 'Documenta 7'. He delivered a large pile of basalt stones. From above one could see that the pile of stones was a large arrow pointing to a single oak tree that he had planted. He announced that the stones should not be moved unless an oak tree was planted in a stone's new location. 7,000 oak trees were then planted in Kassel, Germany. This litho (72 x 57 cm) dates from 1983, is signed, and is no. 29 of a series of 200. It is in immaculate condition part due to the framing with acid-free Barth products (see certificate). Price is € 900.

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Style
Modern

Orientation
Landscape
Number of items
1 pcs
Width
72 cm
Height
57 cm

ConditionExcellent

As good as new with no signs of wear

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