"Paul Klee - The Myth of Flying" is the name of an exhibition currently running in Augsburg. It features about 80 works by the famous artist, most of them depicting his impressions as a military conscript in Augsburg during World War I
Ahead of the Bauhaus centenary in 2019, an ambitious global exhibition titled "Bauhaus Imaginista" looks at the impact of the famed design school. Curator Marion von Osten spoke to DW about the aims of the show.
Nazi art is taboo in Germany. But one museum is juxtaposing it with artworks banned by the Nazis. The result is jarring. Curator Alexander von Berswordt-Wallrabe says it shows the divide between art and "unart."
With his abstract forms and bold colors, Wassily Kandinsky was a revolutionary. Hated by the Nazis, he not only painted, but taught other artists to think outside the box. He was born 150 years ago on December 4.
Chances are, you've owned a poster or sent a postcard with Franz Marc's art on it. His take on nature was radical, but beautiful. Marc died 100 years ago on March 4 at the bloody Battle of Verdun.
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