Beuys 100: film screening & talk

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Sunday, 24 October, 1pm
Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1 (Gallery 18)

Beuys 100
From September to October, the Hugh Lane Gallery and the Goethe-Institut Irland will be collaboratively presenting a film programme, both digitally and in the Goethe-Institut and the Hugh Lane Gallery. Free of charge.

FILM: A Beuys Crying in the Wilderness (1974. 22 minutes). Directed by Derek Bailey. First broadcast, Aquarius, London Weekend Television. Courtesy of ITV Archive.

A Beuys Crying in the Wilderness gives viewers a rare opportunity to revisit Joseph Beuys’s stay in Northern Ireland in 1974, and to experience his talks at the Ulster Museum and the Ulster College of Art. The film captures the responses of students and people in the streets of Belfast, to Beuys and his visit. It was made by Derek Bailey, who was renowned for his cultural programmes for Ulster television, ITV and the BBC. Followed by a talk by film curator Alice Butler

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Please note that people wishing to attend this talk will be required to show covid vaccine certs.