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Author: Roland Marz,Peter-Klaus Schuster,Olaf Peters,Anke Daemgen,Andrea Hollmann
ISBN: 3791330411
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Pages 164 pages
Publisher Prestel Pub (March 1, 2004)
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eBook Arcadia and Metropolis: Masterworks of German Expressionism from the Nationalgalerie Berlin download

by Roland Marz,Peter-Klaus Schuster,Olaf Peters,Anke Daemgen,Andrea Hollmann


by Roland Marz (Author), Peter-Klaus Schuster (Contributor), Olaf Peters (Contributor), Anke Daemgen (Contributor), Andrea Hollmann (Contributor) & 2 more.

by Roland Marz (Author), Peter-Klaus Schuster (Contributor), Olaf Peters (Contributor), Anke Daemgen (Contributor), Andrea Hollmann (Contributor) & 2 more.

This exhibition presented a selection of important paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin, one of Germany's major collections of twentieth-century art. Major Expressionist and Neue Sachlichkeit artists represented include Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, and Karl Schmidt-Rotluff.

Contributions from Peter-Klaus Schuster, Roland Marz, Olaf Peters, Anke Daemgen and Andrea Hollmann. Fine in a fine dust jacket

Contributions from Peter-Klaus Schuster, Roland Marz, Olaf Peters, Anke Daemgen and Andrea Hollmann. 127 illustrations, 45 in color, 164pp, 4to, cloth. New York: Neue Galerie, 2004. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Aracadia and Metropolis: Masterworks of German Expressionism From the NationalGalerie Berlin. Neue Galerie New York, 12 March - 8 June 2004. Bookseller Inventory 241926. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details Publisher: Neue Galerie, New York. Publication Date: 2004.

Arcadia and Metropolis book. Few institutions bore the brunt of this cultural vandalism more directly than the Nationalgalerie Berlin's annex, the Kronprinzenpalais, which the Nationalgalerie had acquired following the fall of the monarchy at the end of World War I and which, under the directorship of Ludwig Justi, it had given over to the display of modern art, including a gallery of living artists (the Galerie.

This publication presents a selection of important paintings from the Nationalgalerie Berlin, one of Germany's major collections of twentieth-century art. Major Expressionist and Neue Sachlichkeit artists represented here include Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Arranged thematically, and with in-depth explanatory texts, the paintings trace the evolution of German art as it moved from the mountains to the city, from optimism to bitter disillusionment.

Arcadia and Metropolis : masterworks of German Expressionism from the Nationalgalerie Berlin. Munich ; New York : Prestel, 2004. The expulsion of the artistic avant-garde : the Nationalgalerie Berlin and "degenerate" art, Roland März. Arcadia - lost paradise ; From the Moritzburg Ponds to Potsdamer Platz : the Artists' Association in Dresden and Berlin ; Metropolis - society and the abyss ; Posters, Andrea Hollmann and Roland März. Artists' biographies, Andrea Hollmann and Roland März.

Arranged thematically, and with in-depth explanatory texts, the paintings trace the evolution of German art as it moved from the mountains to the city, from optimism to bitter disillusionment. Format Hardback 128 pages.

Arcadia and Metropolis. Masterworks of German Expressionism from the Nationalgalerie Berlin. Published March 2004 by Prestel Publishing. There's no description for this book yet.

By Peter-Klaus Schuster; Roland Marz; Olaf Peters; Anke Daemgen; Andrea Hollmann.

This publication presents a selection of important paintings from the Nationalgalerie Berlin, one of Germany's major collections of twentieth-century art. Major Expressionist and Neue Sachlichkeit artists represented here include Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Arranged thematically, and with in-depth explanatory texts, the paintings trace the evolution of German art as it moved from the mountains to the city, from optimism to bitter disillusionment. Essays by key scholars and curators examine these artists' varied responses to their country's abrupt encounter with industrialization and urbanization.