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Gerhard Marcks: Gefesselter Prometheus II (1948)

Gerhard-Marcks-Stiftung, Bremen; VG-Bildkunst, Bonn 2015

Hans Uhlmann: Kopf (vor 1942)

Privatsammlung; Foto: Hans-Joachim Uhlmann; VG-Bildkunst, Bonn 2015

Gerhard Marcks: Maja (1942)

Foto: bpk/Jörg P. Anders; Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie. Erworben durch das Land Berlin

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Jeanne Mammen: Krieger II, Posthumer Nachguss des Original o. D.

Förderverein der Jeanne-Mammen-Stiftung e. V.

Bernhard Heiliger (1915-1995): Seraph I, 1950, Zementguss

Copyright: Bernhard-Heiliger-Stiftung, Berlin

Louise Stomps: Nachdenkende (1946/47)

Privatsammlung, Nachlass Hanna Bekker vom Rath, Frankfurt am Main

Exhibition:
Porträt Berlin. Künstlerische Positionen der Berliner Nachkriegsmoderne 1945-1955

The inaugural show „Porträt Berlin. Artistic Positions of Berlin’s Postwar Modernism, 1945-1955“ includes selected works of the East and West German postwar art by artists such as Ruthild Hahne, Karl Hartung, Bernhard Heiliger, Jeanne Mammen, Louise Stomps und Hans Uhlmann.

Find out more about the exhibition “Porträt Berlin” (only in german)


  • Pictorial Process. Sculpture and Photography by Fritz Kühn 1945-1967
    Opening: Thursday, March 30th 2017, 7pm
    Duration of the exhibition: March 31st to June 18th 2017
    With kind support of the Fritz-Kühn-Gesellschaft e.V.

  • The Bernhard-Heiliger-Foundation was inviting for a lecture of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ruppert on the relationship between masters and students in the art training after 1945 on February 14th in the Kunsthaus Dahlem. The lecture was sponsored by the Circle of Friends of Kunsthaus Dahlem – Bernhard Heiliger e.V.