16 November 2022

Women Making Modernism A Revisionist History – Royal Academy – Sue Hubbard

The title ‘Making Modernism’ implies that the artists included in this Royal Academy exhibition were at the forefront of the avant-garde. That they were an essential component in breaking the boundaries of 19th-century academic art for new freedoms. They would probably be very surprised to find themselves seen thus. It has taken more than a century for their importance to be re-evaluated and appreciated. Why? Because they were women.

24 October 2016

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Masterpiece Discovered Behind Another Canvas In Frankfurt Museum

A previously unknown painting by the German Expressionist painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner has been discovered behind a later canvas. The Städel Museum in Frankfurt announced the exciting news.

9 July 2015

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Degenerate Art: London Exhibition Explores This Ominous Period of German History

An exhibition of German Expressionist artists, exponents of Degenerate Art has opened at E&R Cyzer gallery. It is an unique opportunity to see a number of paintings by artists who were persecuted under Hitler with their work were dismissed as ‘Entartete Kunst’. This is the first exhibition of note to take  place in London for over 5 years. […]

13 March 2012

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New GEORGE GROSZ Exhibition For Sheffield

GEORGE GROSZ: THE BIG NO  A new Hayward Touring exhibition from Southbank Centre, London Opening Sheffield Institute of the Arts Gallery 17 March – 15 April 2012 George Grosz (1893-1959) was one of the greatest satirical artists of the 20th century. A co-founder of the Berlin Dada group and a revolutionary in the 1920s, he […]