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Part of our Culture Vulture series. For more screenings and information, visit: www.laemmle.com/culturevulture.
“Folks in the know hold Beuys in similar standing to Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol. Not only offers a psychological portrait of the man, but chronicles the many ways he sought to reverse the effects of our repressive social systems – and how his breakthroughs continue to influence artists today.” – Benjamin Sutton, Hyperallergic
“The most extensive revisiting of Beuys’s art and life.” – David D’Arcy, The Art Newspaper
Sounds Hubertus Müll and Matthias Lembert
Composed by Damian Scholl and Ulrich Reuter
Editors Stephan Krumbiegel and Olaf Voigtländer
Produced by Thomas Kufus
Cinematographer Jörg Jeshel
The makers of the compelling documentary character study 'Beuys' effectively convey Cold War–era German performance artist Joseph Beuys’s infectious presence and democratic ideals by emphasizing photographs and video recordings of Beuys at work rather than leaning too much on contextualizing ...