To mark the centenary of the German artist’s birth, the Pinakothek der Moderne has arranged something of a Joseph Beuys treasure hunt across Munich (25 June–10 October). Ten objects – each a multiple from a limited edition – have been installed in locations throughout the city, including the Haus der Kulturen und Religionen, the Garching Center for Technology, and the Weiße Rose Saal in the Palace of Justice. In 1970, Beuys himself compared the distribution of multiples to the installation of transmitters, which (per his typically mystical mindset) could communicate his message in the absence of the artist himself. Find out more from the Pinakothek’s website – and for more on relics of Beuys, read Gabrielle Schwarz’s take on his centenary events here.
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