Join us for this special screening of Beuys, directed by Andres Veiel.
This documentary is an extensive search for clues to the artist’s thinking. Veiel unearths a wealth of barely known archive material and lets contemporary witnesses such as Klaus Staeck have their say. The result is a collage of visual and audio documents that gives viewers access to the complex work of Beuys.
Premiered at the Berlinale 2017, Beuys received the German Film Award in two categories (Best Documentary, Best Editing).
Presented in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Irland
Director: Andres Veiel | 107 minutes | b/w and colour | Germany 2017