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An intimate and in-depth look at revolutionary German artist Joseph Beuys, whose works are still influential 30 years after his death.
Thirty years after his death, Joseph Beuys still feels like a visionary and is widely considered one of the most influential artists of his generation. Known for his contributions to the Fluxus movement and his work across diverse media — from happening and performance to sculpture, installation, and graphic art — Beuys’ expanded concept of the role of the artist places him in the middle of socially relevant discourses on media, community, and capitalism. Using previously untapped visual and audio sources, director Andres Veiel has created a one-of-a-kind chronicle: Beuys is not a portrait in the traditional sense, but an intimate and in-depth look at a human being, his art and ideas, and the way they have impacted the world.
“Even if you don’t need Beuys justified or explained to you, the movie is an exhilarating portrait of a unique truth-teller.” – The New York Times
“Veiel’s refreshingly open-ended approach invites you to find your own answers.” – Village Voice
Runtime: 107 minutes
Director: Andres Veiel
Language: German w/ English subtitles
Friday, April 13: 4:00
Saturday, April 14: 12:10, 4:20
Sunday, April 15: 10:00AM, 6:20
Monday, April 16: 3:10
Tuesday, April 17: 3:10, 7:30
Wednesday, April 18: 11:00AM, 3:20
Thursday, April 19: 3:10
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or online.
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