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Otto Dix

Donation Dr. Alfred Gunzenhauser
Alfred Gunzenhauser’s extensive art collection of more than 2,400 works, which he donated to the city of Chemnitz in 2003, represents one of the world’s most important collections of the work of Otto Dix (1891−1969).
The artist’s life and work can be traced in exemplary fashion in the 290 works, some of which can be seen in the Museum Gunzenhauser’s permanent collection in the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz. Since little is known about the collection, which was put together over decades, the museum is using the occasion of what would have been Otto Dix’s 120th birthday to exhibit for the first time in its entirety its portfolio of the artist’s work in an opulent and magnificent inventory.

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"Otto Dix"

ISBN 978-3-86678-565-6

24,00 x 30,00 cm

288 Pages

133 colored and 4 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

zusätzlich 293 kleine Abbildungen im Werkverzeichnis 

Languages: German

Ingrid Mössinger and Thomas Bauer-Friedrich
Thomas Bauer-Friedrich
graphic design
Klaus-Peter Plehn, Kerber Verlag
The illustrated book will be published in conjunction with the two exhibtions "Ich Dix bin das A und das O. Selbstporträts von Otto Dix im Museum Gunzenhauser", 14 May to 31 October 2011, and "Otto Dix in Chemnitz", 13 November 2011 to 15 April 2012, Museum Gunzenhauser, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz.