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Beuys, Joseph

LC control no.n 79102794
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Personal name headingBeuys, Joseph
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Variant(s)Beuys, J. (Joseph)
Boĭs, Iosef
Bojs, Jozef
Bois, Yozef
בויס, יוזף
Boisu, Yōzefu.
ボイス・ヨーゼフ.
Birth date1921-05-12
Death date1986-01-23
Place of birthKrefeld (Germany)
Place of deathDüsseldorf (Germany)
Profession or occupationArtists
Type of familymale
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inHis 24 [Vierundzwanzig] Stonden, 1965.
Washington Post, Jan. 24, 1986 (d. Jan. 23, 1986)
J. Beuys, 1993?
Iosef Boĭs, 1992
Joseph Beuys, Postkarten, 2003: t.p. (Joseph Beuys) p. 3 (Jozef Bojs; b. May 12, 1921) p. 4 (d. Jan. 23,1986)
Yozef Bois, Ṭadeʼuś Ḳanṭor, c2012: t.p. (יוזף בויס = Yozef Bois)
Wikipedia, January 30, 2020 (Joseph Beuys (12 May 1921-23 January 1986); was a German Fluxus, happening, and performance artist as well as a painter, sculptor, medalist, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist, and pedagogue; born in Krefeld, Germany; died in Düsseldorf, Germany; education: Kunstakademie Düsseldorf)
Muraoka Saburō to Boisu, 1991: vita (ヨーゼフ・ボイス [Yōzefu Boisu])