Photo: LVR-Zentrum für Medien und Bildung / Dominik Schmitz
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Upcoming: Karin Kneffel
In cooperation with the artist Karin Kneffel (*1957), the Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR is presenting an exhibition with around 80 of her works from May 1 until August 28, 2022. The presentation brings together paintings and watercolour series from the last 17 years.
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(Duration: May 1 – August 28, 2022)
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Outside view of the Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR. Photo: Thorsten Kleinschmidt
The Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR is the only museum dedicated to the life and work of the seminal artist, image poet, and cosmopolitan Max Ernst (1891–1976). The collection spans 70 years of one of the most important, versatile, and fascinating artists of the 20th century. Numerous paintings, drawings, frottages, and collages let visitors immerse themselves in the fantastic worlds of Max Ernst’s images and demonstrate his boundless inventiveness. Visitors can also look forward to seeing a unique collection of more than 70 bronze castings and sculptures. Another heart piece of the collection are the 36 "D-paintings".These works were originally painted as gifts to the artist’s fourth wife, Dorothea Tanning – a fellow artist who was a part of his life for more than three decades.
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