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Max Klinger. Opus VII

Four Landscapes

27. November to 30. March 2014

Featuring merely four landscape representations Opus VII is the shortest of Max Klinger's print cycles. It was created in 1883 when Klinger, aged 26 and living in Berlin, delved deep into the French impressionistic style. The suffused pathos in the romantic perceptions of landscape is dismantled and what is apparently mundane steps to the foreground of the images. The four sheets hence show industrial landscapes … read more

Beauty and the Beast. Mel Ramos and Richard Müller Special Guest Wolfgang Joop

13. October to 26. January 2014

At first glance, a meeting between the artists Richard Müller (1874 Tschirnitz – 1954 Dresden) and Mel Ramos (*1935 Sacramento, California) is unusual. While Ramos holds a most autonomous position within 20th century pop art, Müller represents a rediscovery for a broad audience. Müller, considered a pioneer of magic realism … read more

Art Prize of the Leipziger Volkszeitung 2013: Sebastian Nebe. The new morning

30. November to 16. March 2014

The Art Prize of the Leipziger Volkszeitung will be awarded for the 10th time in 2013. The prize-winner Sebastian Nebe (*1982) studied at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts from 2005 to 2012 and was a student in the Astrid Klein masterclasses. He now lives and works in Berlin. Sebastian Nebe's paintings spirit onlookers … read more