On the occasion of the First World War’s centenary, The Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum Berlin exhibits Käthe Kollwitz’s, died in 1945, and the contemporary Hungarian artist Kata Legrady’s artworks during 4 months.
Through their artworks, both artists denounced the causes and the consequences of this devastating war.
While Kata Legrady’s emballished the war’s weapons and equipments, Käthe Kollwitz put emphasis on the human dimension. “Warning” refers to the suffering opposed to the political, national and financial “temptations”.
Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum Berlin Fasanenstraße 24 10719 Berlin / +49 (0)30 882 52 10 / firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.kaethe-kollwitz.de / Opening Time : Monday to Sunday 11:00-18:00 - Tuesdays 11:00-21:00 / admission price: 6€ - reduced 3€
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Meeting with self-taught artist Mi-KL at his home in Rixensart. An invitation to vibrations and colors!
Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World has opened on the 24th June and is on until the 25th October 2015, featuring more than 100 works, from early carvings to the later works in bronze and wood. It also displays the personal photograph albums compiled with her second husband Ben Nicholson.