Tag Archives: Joseph Beuys

The Bronze Gipper

A leaden Ronald Reagan statue, cast in bronze. Unveiled in London. On the 236th anniversary of the day that the American colonies declared their independence from the new sculpture’s host, no less.

Who would have ever imagined?

Then again, who would have ever imagined some of the creative offerings that the Gipper inspired?

Untitled (Five-Way Conversation Piece)

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What do you get when you put Vito Acconci’s, Joseph Beuys’, Dan Graham’s, Richard Serra’s, and Lawrence Weiner’s words together, to create a conversation about public art?

This.