New York: Philadelphia Museum of Art/The Museum of Modern Art, 1993.
Paperback. 11 1/2" X 9 3/4". 279pp. Mild wear to pictorial paper wraps with light rubbing and sunning to spine and rear cover. Dust-spotting to edges of text block. Very faint foxing to front and rear endpapers. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is firm and sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Beuys, like Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol, precisely orchestrated his public image, building a personal myth that has the power to bind together his entire oeuvre. This book attempts to break through the mass of obscurantist writing about Joseph Beuys, to introduce him in a simple and clear manner through his individual drawings, used here as the basis for discussions of his life, art and ideas. Some employ such media as hare's blood or margarine, or are realized on envelopes, emphasizing their function as a reservoir of ideas for Beuy's sculpture, "actions", performance art and other enterprises.(Publisher). Very good. Item #7890