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Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission" and "Beuys' Warcolors"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission" and "Beuys' Warcolors"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission" and "Beuys' Warcolors"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission" and "Beuys' Warcolors"
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Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission" and "Beuys' Warcolors"

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Collection: Vera List Center for Art and Politics audiovisual collection event recordings ➔ Series: Considering Joseph Beuys


Material Category
Physical Audio
Description
This audio recording covers two lectures from the Vera List Center-sponsored conference, Considering Joseph Beuys.

Lecture by Cornelia Lauf titled, "The Codices of Beuys and The Unknown Leonardo: Two Artists' Books and a Commission." Lauf discusses Beuys's 1974-1975 Codices Madrid series of drawings, which were inspired by the 1965 discovery of two "lost" Leonardo da Vinci sketchbooks. Lauf concludes at 28:35.

At 39:57 the second lecture, "Beuys' Warcolors" by Ariane Grigoteit, begins. Grigoteit also discusses the work of Albrecht Durer. Grigoteit continues on to Side B, concluding at 43:14 on Side B.
Date
April 7 1995
Related people
Vera List Center for Art and Politics (sponsoring body)
Joseph Beuys (subject)
Cornelia Lauf (speaker)
Ariane Grigoteit (speaker)
Leonardo da Vinci (subject)
Albrecht Dürer (subject)
Inscription
Beuys 0101 / 4.7.95 / 510 / #1 (container)
Language
English
Use Restrictions
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Location
unprocessed collection
Identifier
NS070203_19950407_3_510_1

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