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Neue Sachlichkeit – Franz Roh, Exhibitions and their Artists

Artists / Exhibition History / History / Research
F.W. Seiwert, Four Men in front of Factories 1926 (section)

Neue Sachlichkeit – Franz Roh, Exhibitions and their Artists, from 1921 up to the present    Comparing the exhibitions and the shown artists related to ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’ is subject of this survey. Who are the artists whose work is shown in exhibitions entitled ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’ or ‘Magic Realism’ in the 20s and exhibitions that are more recent?    ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’ is an important issue when you are looking at painting of the 20s and 30s. Although he […]

The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art – Exhibition Timeline and Artists 1929-1932

Exhibition History / Gallery / History / Posts Main / Research
Harvard Society, The School of Paris, The School of New York, Photography, Bauhaus 119-1923/1924

The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art – Exhibition Timeline and Artists 1929-1932    Many essays have been written about Lincoln Kirstein (1907 – 1996), John Walker III (1906 – 1995), and Edward M. M. Warburg (1908 – 1992) and their exhibition venue at 1400 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, on the second floor of the Harvard Cooperative Building, in Room 207 and 208. To know the exhibition timeline and the shown artists is important for each survey on […]

WWI: France and Germany using art as weapon of peace – not war

Artists / Exhibition History / History / Research
Winterthur1916Zurich1917

WWI: France and Germany using art as weapon of peace – not war The NZZ-Neue Züricher Zeitung published November 13, 2017 an article written by Robin Schwarzenbach: ‘Deutsche Kultur als Waffe’ [German Culture Used as Weapon]. The article describes how during World War I newspapers, cinema and theater programs, and art-exhibitions in Switzerland were used by France and by Germany for propaganda, as an extended battle field, facilitated by Switzerland’s different region’s languages. Following the […]

Dreier Bequest Artist Update – G.M. (Georg Meyer?) is Gerd Meyer

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G.M. - Gerd Meyer

Dreier Bequest Artist Update – G.M. (Georg Meyer?) is Gerd Meyer Gerd Meyer, signing with G M (Oldenburg 1894 – 1987 Delmenhorst) Also known as: Georg Bernhard Meyer; Gerd Meyer-Helldiek; Gert Meier; Gert Meyer   The catalog raisonné of the Dreier Bequest at Yale University mentions an exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston [YSA 51], 06.09.–02.10.1949, showing among the 50 artists as well the work of G.M. (Georg Meyer?). See exhibitions list below.   The […]

Erste Russische Kunstausstellung Berlin 1922 – The Artists

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Erste Russische Kunstausstellung Berlin 1922 – The Artists

Erste Russische Kunstausstellung Berlin 1922 – The Artists    Like in the Mythologies quotidiennes exhibition catalog (Paris, 1964) –  see our blog post – the Erste Russische Kunstausstellung Berlin 1922 exhibition catalog states only the artist’s last name.    Who is IDELSON, JOGANSON, LEDANTIU, MECHMETZKI, or TERSA? Whereas everybody would know who CHAGALL, KANDINSKI, LISSITZKY, or MALEWITSCH is.    Our survey seeks the answer to this question in identifying and allocating the artists through their many exhibitions from 1900 […]

Documenting Your Exhibition History – art-exhibitions.com

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Revalue your precious exhibition history

Documenting Your Exhibition History – art-exhibitions.com art-exhibitions.com An exhibition is an archival object in its own right. Many are accompanied by a catalog, many of them not. Documenting an exhibition starts with an index of the shown artists. Providing this index is the focus of artist-info.com. More about the role of exhibitions on art-exhibitions.com. Escape the haystack of search engine results Each exhibition venue has an individual profile which is important for its legacy as […]