When KNOWN meets FORGOTTEN: Max Beckmann and Joseph Mader

Salongalerie „Die Möwe" also offers exciting rediscoveries in H3/G20
One-Artist-Show with sculptures and paintings by Wolfram Beck
The Berlin Salongalerie "Die Möwe" will once again present exciting rediscoveries of classical modernism and post-war modernism at art KARLSRUHE from 4 to 7 May in Hall 3 Stand 20. Interesting connections between largely forgotten and well-known artists will become visible, especially between the Munich painter Joseph Mader and the Expressionist Max Beckmann as well as between the Jewish artist Katja Meirowsky and her artist friends, the sculptor Waldemar Grzimek and the painter Heinz Trökes, who were also members of the legendary artist cabaret "Die Badewanne" in post-war Berlin. Colour explosions by Gerhart Hein, who owed his artistic career to the former Brücke member Otto Mueller, occupy their own place within the presentation. For all of them, whose development and careers as artists were cut short by National Socialism and the war, May 1945 meant a new beginning in their lives and work.


Max Beckmann | The Crier | 1921 | dray point etching | 34 x 25,5 cm
Max Beckmann | The Crier | 1921 | dray point etching | 34 x 25,5 cm

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