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The 2nd awakening of Modernism

Expressionism – Bauhaus – New Objectivity

The art historian, collector and publisher Walter Müller-Wulckow moved from Frankfurt am Main to Oldenburg in 1921 to set up the Landesmuseum of Art and Art History. His goal was to convey the ideas of Modernism; one of his activities was the establishment of a gallery of contemporary art. Working with the “Vereinigung für junge Kunst” (Association of young art), he presented pioneering exhibitions of contemporary printmaking, painting and arts and crafts. The catalogue and the exhibition detail Müller-Wulckow’s long-term commitment and present this forgotten awakening of the avant-garde in the Landesmuseum via an extensive range of works and documents, most previously unpublished, from the rich and diverse collection of the museum.

artists
August Babberger, Max Beckmann, Aenne Biermann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dill, Heinrich Ehmsen, Alexandre Fasini, Werner Gothein, Carl Grossberg, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Richard Herber, Bernhard Hoetger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Moissey Kogan, Siegfried Kunstreich, Otto Lange, Marie Laurencin, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Karl Lindemann, Alfred Mahlau, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Mueller, Heinrich Nauen, Emil Nolde, Jan Oeltjen, Max Pechstein, Franz Radziwill, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Emma Ritter, Waldemar Rösler, Christian Rohlfs, Rudolf Schlichter, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Martel Schwichtenberg, Paul Adolf Seehaus, Renée Sintenis, Fritz Stuckenberg, Wilhelm Tegtmeier, Gustav Heinrich Wolff

applied arts
Marianne Brandt, Marcel Breuer, Margarete Friedländer, Bernhard Hoetger, Max Laeuger
Otto Lindig, Otto Meier, Willi Ohler, Auguste Papendieck, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Johan Thorn-Prikker, Wilhelm Wagenfeld

The 2nd awakening of Modernism

on the occasion of the exhibition „Der zweite Aufbruch in die Moderne. Expressionismus – Bauhaus – Neue Sachlichkeit“, 25 September to 29 January 2012, Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg, Schloss und Prinzenpalais, Oldenburg

edited by
Rainer Stamm

authors
Peter Bahlmann, Leif Hallerbach, Anna Heckötter, Jörg-Michael Henneberg, Ingo Kerls, Rainer Stamm and Julia Zietlow

graphic design
Andreas Koch

ISBN: 978-3-86678-570-0
Format: 24,00 × 28,00 cm
Pages: 304
Illustrations: 352 colored and 38 b/w illustrations
Cover: Hardcover, bound, with dust-jacket
Languages:

German

 
 

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48,00 € (63,90 CHF) (postage free inside germany)

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Modern Art | Contemporary Art « back

The 2nd awakening of Modernism

Expressionism – Bauhaus – New Objectivity

The art historian, collector and publisher Walter Müller-Wulckow moved from Frankfurt am Main to Oldenburg in 1921 to set up the Landesmuseum of Art and Art History. His goal was to convey the ideas of Modernism; one of his activities was the establishment of a gallery of contemporary art. Working with the “Vereinigung für junge Kunst” (Association of young art), he presented pioneering exhibitions of contemporary printmaking, painting and arts and crafts. The catalogue and the exhibition detail Müller-Wulckow’s long-term commitment and present this forgotten awakening of the avant-garde in the Landesmuseum via an extensive range of works and documents, most previously unpublished, from the rich and diverse collection of the museum.

artists
August Babberger, Max Beckmann, Aenne Biermann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dill, Heinrich Ehmsen, Alexandre Fasini, Werner Gothein, Carl Grossberg, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Richard Herber, Bernhard Hoetger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Moissey Kogan, Siegfried Kunstreich, Otto Lange, Marie Laurencin, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Karl Lindemann, Alfred Mahlau, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Mueller, Heinrich Nauen, Emil Nolde, Jan Oeltjen, Max Pechstein, Franz Radziwill, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Emma Ritter, Waldemar Rösler, Christian Rohlfs, Rudolf Schlichter, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Martel Schwichtenberg, Paul Adolf Seehaus, Renée Sintenis, Fritz Stuckenberg, Wilhelm Tegtmeier, Gustav Heinrich Wolff

applied arts
Marianne Brandt, Marcel Breuer, Margarete Friedländer, Bernhard Hoetger, Max Laeuger
Otto Lindig, Otto Meier, Willi Ohler, Auguste Papendieck, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Johan Thorn-Prikker, Wilhelm Wagenfeld

The 2nd awakening of Modernism

on the occasion of the exhibition „Der zweite Aufbruch in die Moderne. Expressionismus – Bauhaus – Neue Sachlichkeit“, 25 September to 29 January 2012, Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg, Schloss und Prinzenpalais, Oldenburg

edited by
Rainer Stamm

authors
Peter Bahlmann, Leif Hallerbach, Anna Heckötter, Jörg-Michael Henneberg, Ingo Kerls, Rainer Stamm and Julia Zietlow

graphic design
Andreas Koch

ISBN: 978-3-86678-570-0
Format: 24,00 × 28,00 cm
Pages: 304
Illustrations: 352 colored and 38 b/w illustrations
Cover: Hardcover, bound, with dust-jacket
Languages:

German

 
 

Special price:
24,00 €
33,30 CHF
48,00 € (63,90 CHF) (postage free inside germany)

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The 2nd awakening of Modernism

Expressionism – Bauhaus – New Objectivity

The art historian, collector and publisher Walter Müller-Wulckow moved from Frankfurt am Main to Oldenburg in 1921 to set up the Landesmuseum of Art and Art History. His goal was to convey the ideas of Modernism; one of his activities was the establishment of a gallery of contemporary art. Working with the “Vereinigung für junge Kunst” (Association of young art), he presented pioneering exhibitions of contemporary printmaking, painting and arts and crafts. The catalogue and the exhibition detail Müller-Wulckow’s long-term commitment and present this forgotten awakening of the avant-garde in the Landesmuseum via an extensive range of works and documents, most previously unpublished, from the rich and diverse collection of the museum.

artists
August Babberger, Max Beckmann, Aenne Biermann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dill, Heinrich Ehmsen, Alexandre Fasini, Werner Gothein, Carl Grossberg, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Richard Herber, Bernhard Hoetger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Moissey Kogan, Siegfried Kunstreich, Otto Lange, Marie Laurencin, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Karl Lindemann, Alfred Mahlau, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Mueller, Heinrich Nauen, Emil Nolde, Jan Oeltjen, Max Pechstein, Franz Radziwill, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Emma Ritter, Waldemar Rösler, Christian Rohlfs, Rudolf Schlichter, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Martel Schwichtenberg, Paul Adolf Seehaus, Renée Sintenis, Fritz Stuckenberg, Wilhelm Tegtmeier, Gustav Heinrich Wolff

applied arts
Marianne Brandt, Marcel Breuer, Margarete Friedländer, Bernhard Hoetger, Max Laeuger
Otto Lindig, Otto Meier, Willi Ohler, Auguste Papendieck, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Johan Thorn-Prikker, Wilhelm Wagenfeld

The 2nd awakening of Modernism

on the occasion of the exhibition „Der zweite Aufbruch in die Moderne. Expressionismus – Bauhaus – Neue Sachlichkeit“, 25 September to 29 January 2012, Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg, Schloss und Prinzenpalais, Oldenburg

edited by
Rainer Stamm

authors
Peter Bahlmann, Leif Hallerbach, Anna Heckötter, Jörg-Michael Henneberg, Ingo Kerls, Rainer Stamm and Julia Zietlow

graphic design
Andreas Koch

ISBN: 978-3-86678-570-0
Format: 24,00 × 28,00 cm
Pages: 304
Illustrations: 352 colored and 38 b/w illustrations
Cover: Hardcover, bound, with dust-jacket
Languages:

German

 
 

Special price:
24,00 €
33,30 CHF
48,00 € (63,90 CHF) (postage free inside germany)

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The 2nd awakening of Modernism

Expressionism – Bauhaus – New Objectivity

The art historian, collector and publisher Walter Müller-Wulckow moved from Frankfurt am Main to Oldenburg in 1921 to set up the Landesmuseum of Art and Art History. His goal was to convey the ideas of Modernism; one of his activities was the establishment of a gallery of contemporary art. Working with the “Vereinigung für junge Kunst” (Association of young art), he presented pioneering exhibitions of contemporary printmaking, painting and arts and crafts. The catalogue and the exhibition detail Müller-Wulckow’s long-term commitment and present this forgotten awakening of the avant-garde in the Landesmuseum via an extensive range of works and documents, most previously unpublished, from the rich and diverse collection of the museum.

artists
August Babberger, Max Beckmann, Aenne Biermann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dill, Heinrich Ehmsen, Alexandre Fasini, Werner Gothein, Carl Grossberg, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Richard Herber, Bernhard Hoetger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Moissey Kogan, Siegfried Kunstreich, Otto Lange, Marie Laurencin, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Karl Lindemann, Alfred Mahlau, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Mueller, Heinrich Nauen, Emil Nolde, Jan Oeltjen, Max Pechstein, Franz Radziwill, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Emma Ritter, Waldemar Rösler, Christian Rohlfs, Rudolf Schlichter, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Martel Schwichtenberg, Paul Adolf Seehaus, Renée Sintenis, Fritz Stuckenberg, Wilhelm Tegtmeier, Gustav Heinrich Wolff

applied arts
Marianne Brandt, Marcel Breuer, Margarete Friedländer, Bernhard Hoetger, Max Laeuger
Otto Lindig, Otto Meier, Willi Ohler, Auguste Papendieck, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Johan Thorn-Prikker, Wilhelm Wagenfeld

The 2nd awakening of Modernism

on the occasion of the exhibition „Der zweite Aufbruch in die Moderne. Expressionismus – Bauhaus – Neue Sachlichkeit“, 25 September to 29 January 2012, Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg, Schloss und Prinzenpalais, Oldenburg

edited by
Rainer Stamm

authors
Peter Bahlmann, Leif Hallerbach, Anna Heckötter, Jörg-Michael Henneberg, Ingo Kerls, Rainer Stamm and Julia Zietlow

graphic design
Andreas Koch

ISBN: 978-3-86678-570-0
Format: 24,00 × 28,00 cm
Pages: 304
Illustrations: 352 colored and 38 b/w illustrations
Cover: Hardcover, bound, with dust-jacket
Languages:

German

 
 

Special price:
24,00 €
33,30 CHF
48,00 € (63,90 CHF) (postage free inside germany)

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