January 1986

Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1980.
15 x 10.5cm, 2pp artist's postcard which de facto criticises various academic and artists for supporting the SDP in elections - the attack calling the support "kitsch".. VG+. Schellman: P47.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1977
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with a text drawing by Beuys on a yellow lined background - the text translates as "Whoever won't think gets kicked out". One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P44.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1975
15 x 10.5cm, 2pp artist's postcard with an image of the artist and a friend at the opening of an exhibition at Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht. One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. This example has a handwritten note on the back from "Isi" dated 11.6.75 for Wolfgang Becker with some paper scuffs on the back but else VG+. Becker was the founder of the famous Neue Galerie in Aachen where Beuys made some of his earliest Aktions. Schellman: P23.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1974
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with an image of the Twin Towers (taken from a tourist 3-d commercial postcard) on the front which Beuys identifies with Cosmos and Damien - the black and white twin brothers who practice medicine without taking fees and were the subject of various miracles. One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P20.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1974
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with the title work on the front, verso publisher's details. The image of flowers was taken from American sugar cube packaging. One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P18

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1974
15 x 10.5cm, 2pp artist's postcard with a photograph by Klaus Staeck of Beuys' hat and heavy fur coat which had been left in such a postion as looked as if it was the artist himself. One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P17.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1974
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with the text: Lass Jack Burnham ruhig auch mal was essen". The story is that Beuys said this "I think we should let Jack Burnham have something to eat as well" in response to the critic's remarks about Marcel Duchamp (which Beuys disagreed with). One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P15.

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Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 1973
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with the artist's signature incorporating a drawing of a stag's skull. One of the unnumbered and unsigned copies. VG+. Schellman: P13.

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