Posts Tagged ‘Joseph Beuys’

Silence at UC Berkeley Art Museum

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As a part of our ongoing partnership with Art Practical, today we bring you a feature from writer Bean Gilsdorf on UC Berkeley Art Museum‘s Silence exhibition. In Alan Moore’s graphic novel V for Vendetta, the main character tells his young acolyte, “Silence is a fragile thing. One loud noise and it’s gone.” On my way to the UC Berkeley Art Museum’s Silence exhibition, I had a related thought:[…..]


Over one hundred and seventy-five works by the massively influential 20th century German artist Joseph Beuys are currently on display at Mary Boone Gallery in New York City. The exhibition, titled WE ARE THE REVOLUTION, features a comprehensive selection of the artist’s work including early drawings, plastic sculptures of the 1960s, blackboard drawings, and countless multiples. The exhibition, which includes such notable works as Beuy’s[…..]

SuttonBeresCuller: I Like Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Likes Me

I Like Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Likes Me is the title of a photograph produced by the Seattle-based artist group SuttonBeresCuller. Created in 2001, the photo playfully riffs on Joseph Beuys‘ famous performance from 1974 titled, I Like America and America Likes me. SuttonBeresCuller also has a new exhibition on view at Lawrimore Project in Seattle through December 19th. Happy Thanksgiving from DailyServing!