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7,000 Oaks by Joseph Beuys

Possibly the most important German artist of the post World War II 20th Century, Joseph Beuys was a sculptor, performance artist, installation artist, graphic artist and art theorist. When I think […]

Before White Columns- 112 Workshop

In 1970, artist Jeffrey Lew opened 112 Workshop here, a first come first serve studio and artist run space. Artists were given total control to curate their own shows and […]

Flux-Hall Fluxus Shop

Inspired by John Cage’s experimental music of the 1950s and of the disdain for the bourgeois art world, the anti-art movement of Fluxus was born. The Fluxus art movement was […]

Dia Beacon: a Zen Escape from New York

The collection at Dia Beacon is not for everyone. Mostly Minimalism doesn’t appeal to most people I know, but I like to look at the entire museum as one, oversized […]

VIDEO:Joseph Beuys I Like America and America Likes Me

I can’t imagine what it was like to watch Joseph Beuys co-habitate with a coyote at René Block Gallery in 1974. Thanks to the beauty of Youtube, we can watch Beuys […]

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