Beuys goes pop

October 5, 2006 at 4:55 pm 1 comment

 Just to prove that Joseph Beuys stayed current with the times…

Joseph Beuys (1921 – 1986)

Sonne Statt Reagan

4 mb (.mov), 1′ 57″

MP3 of Sonne stat reagan from the Fluxus Anthology

Beuys tried his luck as a pop singer as part of his political commitment. His song ‘Sonne statt Reagan’ attacks Ronald Reagan’s arms policy. The song was issued as a record and Beuys appeared before big audiences with it during the peace movement’s demonstrations and also with the group Die Desserteure in the ARD television broadcast ‘Bananas’ on 3.7.1982.

‘Regen”, pronounced like ‘Reagan’, is the German for ‘rain’. 


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  • 1. Julie  |  May 26, 2015 at 8:54 pm

    So does links from Facebook activity now count for search engine optimisation? I was told they help
    because of the latest Google algorithm refresh
    p.s Never take guidance from people on the Warrior Forums 🙂


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