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Guided tour: Secessionen Exhibition (in German)

Gustav Klimt, Judith, 1901, Öl auf Leinwand, 84 x 42 cm © Belvedere, Wien, Foto: Johannes Stoll

Guided tour: Secessionen Exhibition (in German)

For the first time an exhibition at the Alte Nationalgalerie is dedicated to a comparison of the three turn-of-the-century art metropolises: Munich, Vienna, and Berlin. As modernism dawned, the artistic avant-gardes pushed for freedom in both the institutions of art and the subject matter it expresses. Many artists of the new art currents of Symbolism, Art Nouveau, and Impressionism were first presented in the highly regarded Secession exhibitions. This exhibition comprises more than 200 paintings, sculptures, and graphic works by 80 artists. Through a collaboration with the Wien Museum, it features not only many artists who can be discovered for the first time, but also foregrounds the œuvre of Gustav Klimt with numerous examples of his work. This is the first time such a comprehensive presentation of Klimt’s work has been shown in Berlin.

The tour will last about 60 minutes and cost €10.00 per person (plus individual admission ticket to be bought by the participants at the museum ticket desk on the day of the tour).

Guide: Thomas Hoffmann ;


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