Beuys' Rose for Direct Democracy by Debbie Carlos
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Joseph Beuys' 1973 piece, Rose for Direct Democracy [Rose für Direkte Demokratie], is comprised of a rose in a graduated cylinder. A symbol for the combination of love and knowledge as a way of progressing forward. This image was taken at a museum where the piece lies in a display case, alluding to a future where democracy is a relic of the past -- a real danger if we do not show up, be heard and resist.
"Bud and bloom are in fact green leaves transformed. So in relation to the leaves and the stem the bloom is a revolution, although it grows through organic transformation and evolution." - Joseph Beuys
The print measures 13x19". Printed on matte heavyweight photo paper.
Profits from the sale of this print will go towards the ACLU. All Sales Final.
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