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The End of the Twentieth Century

Artist: Joseph Beuys 1921-1986
Date: 1983-5
Classification: installation
Medium: Basalt, clay and felt
Dimensions: displayed: 900 x 7000 x 12000 mm
Tate Archive No.: T05855

Purchased with assistance from Edwin C. Cohen and Echoing Green 1991

DACS 2020

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