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Women artists of modernism and their work after 1945
Louise Rösler Komposition/Stadtlandschaft, 1963 Berlinische Galerie - Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur © Museum Atelierhaus Rösler-Kröhnke Repro: Kai-Annett Becker/Berlinische Galerie
Gabriele Münter Schwarz, blau, rosa, 1953 Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau München, Gabriele Münter Stiftung 1957 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023
Lotte Laserstein Selbstporträt in Braun am Fenster, 1947 © Abb. Vorlage: Lotte-Laserstein-Archiv Krausse, Berlin
The exhibition is dedicated to women artists of the modern era and their late
late, post-1945 work. These include for example
Ella Bergmann-Michel, Hannah Höch, Ida Kerkovius and Jeanne
Mammen. With their experimental collages, abstract paintings and critical
drawings, they contributed to the success of an internationally networked avant-garde before 1933.
internationally networked avant-garde. Ostracized by the Nazi system
and partly driven out of the country, after the Second World War they could
they were only able to build on their initial successes to a limited extent. While
their early work is famous and inscribed in art history, their later
their later works remained unnoticed for a long time.
Who knows the paintings of Helena Buchholz-Starck, Eleonora Rozanek,
Margaret Camilla Leiteritz, Alexandra Povòrina, Marie-Louise von
Rogister or Louise Rösler? Hidden in museum repositories or estates
or estates, in many cases their works have only begun to be brought to light in recent years.
their works to the light of day.
One focus of the show is on the works created after 1945 by Hannah Höch, Jürgen
works by Hannah Höch, Grethe Jürgens, Jeanne Mammen and Louise
Louise Rösler.
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