Accumulated Powers. Art Around 1920 from the Collection of Prints and Drawings


07. November 2018 – 10. February 2019
Sprengel Museum HannoverSprengel Museum Hannover
The exhibition of works from the Collection of Works on Paper of the Sprengel Museum Hannover covers the period from 1914 to 1923, from the beginning of the First World War until hyperinflation took hold. The art of this epoch mirrors the “dance on the volcano”, and Carl Zuckmayer writes of the “accumulated powers that were undammed after the collapse of the old empire and had their effect in all directions”. The exhibition shows 100 works by Max Beckmann, Emil Nolde, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Kurt Schwitters, Grethe Jürgens and many others.

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