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German artist and activist Joseph Beuys was a provocateur who smashed through the creative barriers of the 1960s.
Believing in the power of art to change to world, Beuys saw the creative act as both a political and personal gesture—channeling his revolutionary vision through installations, performance pieces and “happenings” that are still talked about to this day. Thirty years after his death, Beuys takes a fascinating and unconventional look at his life, work and legacy.
In German and English with English subtitles