Robert Indiana (*1928) has created some of the world’s most immediately recognizable works of art. Filled with intensely personal combinations of universal symbols—numbers and letters, stars and wheels—they are most readily associated with the Pop art movement.

“Zur Unzeit gegeigt…” / Inopportune Fiddling

Otto Nebel, Painter and Poet
Berlin-born Otto Nebel (1892–1973) was a versatile and talented painter and author, who, like other members of the Sturm movement centred around Herwarth Walden experimented with language and images. His multifaceted oeuvre, which features painting, drawing, graphic art, collage and literary texts, is shown for the first time in its entirety on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of his birthday. The exhibition takes place in Bern, where Nebel lived from 1933.
The book accompanying the exhibition is structured thematically in accordance with the biographical stages in Nebel's life. A friend of Kandinsky, Klee, Schwitters and others, this publication reveals the real person behind the artist and presents his lyrical and painted works, together with his theories on art.
A surprisingly modern, multimedia artist is rediscovered.

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"“Zur Unzeit gegeigt…” / Inopportune Fiddling"

November 2012

ISBN 978-3-86678-695-0

24,00 x 27,00 cm

360 Pages

342 colored and 31 duplex illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German

Therese Bhattacharya-Stettler, Steffan Biffiger, Bettina Braun, Kunstmuseum Bern, Otto Nebel-Stiftung, Bern
Text by
Therese Bhattacharya-Stettler, Steffan Biffiger, Bettina Braun, Götz-Lothar Darsow, Dolores Denaro, Andreas Mauz, Anna M. Schafroth, Anja Schlegel
Design by
Arturo Andreani
Exhibition "Zur Unzeit gegeigt ... Otto Nebel, Maler und Dichter Freitag", 9 November 2012 to 24 February 2013, Kunstmuseum Bern