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Fritz Kühn: Plastische Form "Von Spitz zu Flach", 1959, Stahl geschmiedet, © Achim Kühn

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Anja Gerecke und Stefan Rummel “der gelbe Kauz” , 2017, 3-teilige Installation, Holz, Acrylfarbe, Lackfarbe, 4 Lautsprecher, 2 Stereo-Tonspuren, 2,50 x 8 x 2 m

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Margarete Klopfleisch-Grossner: Festessen der Emigranten, Aquarell, 1936, Sammlung Gerd Gruber, Wittenberg

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Armin Stern, Luna Park in Coney Island, 1939, oil on canvas, estate Armin Stern, Photo: Gerhard Haug, Berlin

  • 29. Juni 2018 – 02. Juni 2019
  • What was Europe?
  • In 1950 the Haus der Kunst opened the exhibition »Werke Europäischer Plastik« (Works of European Sculpture). This first European show after the Second World War presented more than seventy works by thirty-five German and eleven French, English, Italian, and Swiss sculptors, including such prominent figures as Henry Moore and Aristide Maillol. Because it placed postwar German sculpture in the context of central artists of Western European modernism, this exhibition is regarded as an initial insight into how German sculptors saw themselves as artists in an international context five years after the National Socialist dictatorship ended.

    As part of the exhibition “What Was Europe” at the Kunsthaus Dahlem, the works from the Munich show that could be identified and lent to this exhibition have been assembled once again. The selection is focused on the German artists in the Munich exhibition.

    Artists exhibited:
    Ernst Barlach, Bernhard Bleeker, Hermann Blumenthal, Georg Brenninger, Alexander Fischer, Hermann Hahn, Philipp Harth, Bernhard Heiliger, Anton Hiller, Ludwig Kasper, Heinrich Kirchner, Richard Knecht, Moissey Kogan, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Gerhard Marcks, Ewald Mataré, Priska von Martin, Hans Mettl, Georg Müller, Edwin Scharf, Toni Stadler, Josef Wackerle, Hans Wimmer, Fritz Wrampe

    Opening: June 28, 2018, 7 p.m.
    June 29, 2018–June 2nd, 2019

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Karol Broniatowski, Untitled, 2001. (c) Gunter Lepkowski

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Thomas Lucker: Hafenspaziergang, 2015. Foto: Ute Zschart

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Fritz Behn: Überfall, um 1913, Sammlung Karl H. Knauf Berlin (Foto: Bayer & Mitko, Kunstauktionshaus Neumeister München)

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Jussuf Abbo, ohne Titel, vor 1930, Zinn, Nachlass Jussuf Abbo, Brighton/ UK. Foto: Gunter Lepkowski.

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Susan Connolly: Y, M, C, C, Y, M, M, C, Y, YMCCYMMCY, YMC, CYM – The Golden Thread Gallery (Detail), 2018. Foto: The Golden Thread Gallery + Simon Mills.

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Juro Kubicek, Netze im Wind, 1946, Sammlung K, courtesy derda Berlin

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Henrike Naumann: Einstürzende Reichsbauten, 2021, exhibition view, Berlin, Kunsthaus Dahlem. Photo: Moritz Jekat; courtesy Henrike Naumann and KOW Berlin

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Transition Exhibition, an exhibition of the Brücke-Museum in the Kunsthaus Dahlem, Installationview, Foto: Roman März

  • April 3 – June 19, 2022
  • Spatial Lines: Graphic Works by Hans Uhlmann, 1933–1960
  • The exhibition Spatial Lines: Graphic Works by Hans Uhlmann, 1933–1960 pays tribute to one of the prominent artists in West Germany after 1945. Known above all as a sculptor, this exhibition now concentrates on his graphic work. The occasion for this retrospective exhibition is the publication of Uhlmann’s prison diaries, which are both an intimate document of the agonizing experience of his incarceration and a central aspect of his artistic evolution.

     

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»Raumlineaturen – Grafik von Hans Uhlmann 1933–1960«, Ausstellungsansicht Kunsthaus Dahlem 2022. Foto: Gunter Lepkowski, (c) 2022 VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn (für Hans Uhlmann)