Kunst in de natuur stelt klimaatverandering aan de kaak
Date of news: 15 July 2021
The natural landscape between Kleve and Nijmegen played a central role in the life and oeuvre of one of the most influential and controversial artists of the 20th century: Joseph Beuys from Kleve. Life-sized photographs of the artist placed in this beautiful lower Rhine region should offer viewers the opportunity to critically 'read' climate change in the landscape and get inspired to think about art as a key to an ecologically sustainable future.
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