Max Beckmann and Berlin
This is the first time that Max Beckmann’s work has been examined in relation to Berlin, and its significance for his art. He lived there as a young artist, between 1904 and 1914, and again between 1933 and 1937, only emigrating to Amsterdam when the Nazis seized power. During his Frankfurt years, between 1915 and 1933, he often travelled to Berlin and was part of its Art Scene, which he helped to form. This catalogue represents the latest research into Beckmann and features numerous important works of his, which were either created in Berlin, or are connected to the city through their subject, or were shown in major Berlin exhibitions.
- Order number: 978-3-7356-0143-8
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23,00 × 27,00 cm
137 colored and 17 b/w illustrations
two language editions
Thomas Köhler, Stefanie Heckmann for the Berlinische Galerie, Museum of Modern Art, Photography and Architecture
Barbara C. Buenger, Anna-Maria Heckmann, Stefanie Heckmann, Catherin Klingsöhr-Leroy, Thomas Köhler, Janina Nentwig, Nina Peter, Olaf Peters, Barbara Werr, Dirk Weilemann, Stephan von Wiese, Kurt Winkler, Christiane Zeiller
e o t . essays on typography, Berlin, Lilla Hinrichs und Anna Sartorius
Exhibition: “Max Beckmann und Berlin“, 20.11.2015 - 15.2.2016, Berlinische Galerie
Cornelia Schleime“When it comes to love and art, I know exactly what I want."