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Joseph Beuys

Fluxus, taking place, and performance designer whose function acted while socio-political commentary and explored humanist styles. He was known for “Homogenous Infiltration for Piano” from 1966 and his anti-Ronald Reagan track, “Sonne statt Reagan,” from 1982. He went to the Dusseldorf Academy of Good Arts through the 1940s. He was a Luftwaffe volunteer in 1941 and educated as an airplane radio operator with Heinz Sielmann. He developed a huge-scale, socially themed sculptural function known as the “7000 Oaks” task. His dad was a product owner in Krefeld. He and his siblings had been members from the Hitler Youngsters through the 1930s. He respected Franz Kline.

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