Joseph Beuys. Manresa. Una geografia espiritual

Editorial Tenov

Joseph Beuys was a German artist who was primarily a sculptor and was known for his performances. Beuys was an advocate of the healing potential of art and the power of human creativity.

 

His experiences had an important influence on his art, and his transformative actions, which extend artistic practice into spiritual and political realms, were a radical turning point in 20th century art.

 

MANRESA is one of the artist’s mythical performances, staged at the Schmela Gallery in Düsseldorf, influenced by the plane crash he suffered during the Second World War in which he abandoned the military world for the spirituality of art.

 

This book, published by Editorial Tenov, recovers unpublished material from his performance and proposes an interpretation of the work based on the texts, images, scripts and drawings used in its preparation.

Specifications

Format
16,5 x 24,8 cm

Print
UV LED

Papers

Cover
Sirio Color Gialloro (Fedrigoni Papers) printed with a Pantone ink

 

Inner pages
Recycled offset of 100 g. printed in 4 + 4
Munken Print Cream 1.5 of 90 g. (Arctic Paper) printed in 4 + 4

Binding
Otabind

Category
Books, Editorial
Tags
UV LED printing, Pantone inks, Otabind