- Tain and District Museum |
- 26 Oct 2013 – 1 Feb 2014
- Free to all.
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Joseph Beuys was one of the most influential artists of the late 20th century, a political activist and philosopher who believed in the social function of art.
A childhood interest in the natural sciences provided the themes that Beuys would spend his career exploring, across a vast body of work ranging from drawing to performance. Here works crafted from felt, fat and copper depicting stags, bees and hares betray the preoccupations of this idosyncratic artist.