Jawlensky - Sehen mit geschlossenen Augen

Alexej von Jawlensky | Georges Rouault. Sehen mit geschlossenen Augen – Kunstmuseum Moritzburg, Halle (Saale)

Karin Kneffel - Bild im Bild

Karin Kneffel – Bild im Bild

Under the title “Bild im Bild“, the Kunstmuseum Bonn presents realities between memory, dream and fact, painted by the German artist Karin Kneffel (born 1957). Especially designed for children and adolescents, the exhibition partly shows large-format paintings in which the depicted reality is challanged. Light reflections, mirror images and steamy windows irritate the spectator’s view on the pictured house facades and interiors whereby essential issues such as reality and fiction, space and self-positioning are called into question. 

30 April 2017 – 3 June 2017

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Köln bis Prag - Gerhard Richter-Ausstellungen 2017

Cologne to Prague – Gerhard Richter exhibitions in 2017

Gehard Richter is one of the most important and influental artists of our time – to the 85th anniversary of the painter his work will be shown in the following exhibitions:

New Paintings” - Museum Ludwig, Cologne/Staatlliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
9 February - 1 May 2017

Gerhard Richter. The Editions” - Museum Folkwang, Essen
7 April - 30 July 2017


About Paintings – Early Works” - Kunstmuseum Bonn
15 July - 1 October 2017

Gerhard Richter” - National Gallery Prague
26 April - 3 September 2017

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Lyonel Feininger Retrospektive - Fundación Juan March

Lyonel Feininger Retrospective - Fundación Juan March

The Fundación Juan March in Madrid presents the first retrospective of Lyonel Feininger in Spain. With about 400 paintings, drawings, prints, comics and illustrations the exhibitions offers and an in-depth overview of Feininger´s oeuvre.

17 02 - 18 05 2017

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"Otto Dix. Der böse Blick" - Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen K20

"Otto Dix - The Evil Eye" - Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen K20

In October 1921 Otto Dix who was born in 1891 settled from Dresden to Dusseldorf and became a member of the revolutionary artist's group “Das Junge Rheinland”. As one of the leading representative of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement he developed a critical handwriting. The exhibition “Otto Dix - The Evil Eye” at Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen presents more 200 paintings, watercolors and prints from national and international collections.

11 Feburary - 15 May 2017

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Cornelia Schleime. Ein Wimpernschlag

Cornelia Schleime. A Blink of an Eye, Berlinische Galerie

Berlinische Galerie shows a comprehensive retrospective of the recently with the Hannah Höch Prize honored artist Cornelia Schleime. The exhibition gives an insight into the work of the 1953 in East Berlin born artist and reaches out from the early works of the 1980s - which lead to an exhibition prohibition in the DDR and of which a large number is lost until today - to the drawings, photography and travel diaries of the last years. The focus of her work which functions beyond logics i on the bizarre and tense effect.

25 November 2016 - 24 April 2017

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WWW Wasser, Wolken, Wind. Elementar- und Wetterphänomene in Werken der Sammlung Würth

WWW – Water, Clouds, Wind. Natural phenomena in works from the Würth Collection, Kunsthalle Würth Künzel

Over different times and epochs stormy seas, coastal und river landscapes serve as a source of inspiration for a lot of artists. With more than 200 works of Josef Albers, Lyonel Feininger, Max Ernst, Alex Katz, Emil Nolde, Max Liebermann, Hermann Max Pechstein, Gerhard Richter, George Rickey, Salomé, Christopher Lehmpfuhl and Erich Heckel the Kunsthalle Würth in Künzelsau shows the multifarious forms of the natural phenomenon of water, clouds and wind and points out the importance for the artistic works for the modern masters as well as contemporary artists.

30 September 2016 - 18 June 2017

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Der Blaue Reiter kehrt zurück

The Blue Rider Returns – Lenbachhaus, Munich

The Lenbachhaus in Munich presents its recently rearranged collection with works by the “Blaue Reiter”. Following the title “Der Blaue Reiter kehrt zurück” (“The Blue Rider Returns”), the museum emphasizes a new accent on the world’s largest ensemble of paintings by the members of the avant-garde artist group whose representatives rank as decisive pioneers of 20th-century Modern art. The key element of the exhibition’s concept is Der Blaue Reiter Almanac, which was published in 1912 and edited by Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, for which a separate room has been installed within the new presentation. Based on Gabriele Münster’s donation of around 1000 works she had collected with her longtime companion Wassily Kandinsky, the new exquisite selection of works, in the gallery devoted to her, is now combined with folk art and art by children of their former collection to underline the pluralistic ideas of the Blue Rider.

Permanent exhibition

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