JOSEPH BEUYS, Schwefelpostkarte [1984]

JOSEPH BEUYS, Schwefelpostkarte [1984]
10,5 x 15 x 0,5 cm
galvanised iron, sulphur, text
signed by Joseph Beuys and Klaus Staeck
ca. 100 produced
Edition Staeck, Heidelberg, Germany

This card was meant as a Christmas card covered with a thick layer of sulphur representing cleansing Western society since it is used as a desinfecting medicine. The back of the metal card reads: “frohe schweflige weinachten”: