Caroline Tisdall talks to Miranda Sawyer

8th of December 2011

What does Beuys mean now? This question is asked by Miranda Sawyer (feature writer an radio critic for The Observer and music reviewer for Newsnight an The Culture Show) to photographer Caroline Tisdall, who has been a close friend and collaborator of the German artist Joseph Beuys. 25 years after his death she is going to answer the question, what we can make of his work today. Furthermore there will be an ‘action’ by artist Shelley Sacks in his remembrance.

The event takes place on the 8th of December, 6.30 – 8.30pm at Large Glass°, 392 Caledonian Road in London.
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By Janna

Janna was BA-student in cultural sciences at the Leuphana University Lueneburg, and did a 5-months internship at Cultura21 in the framework of the Leuphana PLUS program. Janna war Studentin der Angewandten Kulturwissenschaften an der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg und absolvierte im Rahmen des Leuphana Plus Programms ein fünfmonatiges Praktikum bei Cultura21.