In the spring of 1995, Kathy Goncharov, curator of The New School Art Collection, coordinated a week-long conference at The New School university to assess the impact of German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) twenty-one years after his first trip to the United States, during which he held a "public dialogue" at The New School. The Vera List Center for Art and Politics-sponsored conference, titled Considering Joseph Beuys, consisted of film and video screenings, lectures, and panel discussions featuring American and European artists, art historians, museum curators, critics, gallery owners, and scholars in related disciplines. The keynote, lectures, and panels are contained within The New School Archives' audio recordings from the conference.

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