THE PATHS OF THE PICTURES. Provincial research and its consequences.

Dr. Petra Winter (Head of the Central Archive & Provenance Research of the National Museums in Berlin) will give a lecture on this topic on 10 January 2019 at 6 p.m. in the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart.

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Fig. from left to right: Carlo Mense, Inge portrait, 1926, © bpk/Nationalgalerie, SMB/photo: Klaus Göken; Otto Mueller, Badende im Schilfgraben, c. 1924, Nationalgalerie, SMB © bpk/Nationalgalerie, SMB/photo: Sachsse; Horst Strempel, Pogrom (sketch), after 1945 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018/bpk/Nationalgalerie, SMB/photo: Andres Kilger

Provenance research usually asks the question: Where did the pictures come from? But sometimes it also asks itself: Where did they go – and why? The paths of the pictures into and out of the museum are intertwined, rarely straightforward and sometimes bizarre.

The lecture traces the paths and provenances of selected works by the Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin: Works by painters such as Otto Mueller, Carl Mense and Horst Strempel, which are currently shown in the exhibition MALER. MENTOR. MAGIC. Otto Mueller and his network can be seen in Breslau. The lecture also provides insights into the everyday work of provenance research.

The lecture is free of charge plus admission. Limited number of participants. Registration not required.

As part of the exhibition MALER. MENTOR. MAGIC. Otto Mueller and his network in Breslau at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin.

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ACCOMPANYING PROGRAM TO THE EXHIBITION


Camaro Haus
www.camaro-stiftung.de

3.11. – 22.12.2018
Exhibition
DAS HÖLZERNE THEATER. ALEXANDER CAMARO AND THE STAGE

Fri, 25.1.2019
7 p.m. | Exhibition opening
MIT ANDEREN AUGEN SEHEN – DIKHAS AVREN JAKHENCA 
with artworks by Delaine le Bas, Małgorzata Mirga Tas, Otto Mueller, Otto Pankok, CeijaStojka, KálmánVárady, David Weiss u. a., curated by Moritz Pankok, Galerie Kai Dikhas, Berlin

Thu, 31.1.2019
„HALLO. HIER WELLE ERDBALL!“ – THE “SCHLESISCHE FUNKSTUNDE” IN WROCLAW AS AVANTGARDE OF BROADCASTING HISTORY
18 Uhr | Lecture, in cooperation with the German Cultural Forum Eastern Europe by Dr. Roswitha Schieb, Schriftstellerin, Reise-Essayistin


Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
www.ottomuellerinberlin.de

Wed, 23.1.2019
6 p.m. | Lecture
„NACHTBLUMEN AUS INDIENS GÄRTEN“. OTTO MUELLER SUCHT DAS „ZIGEUNERGEFÜHL“
by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Michael Bogdal, Universität Bielefeld

Thu, 14.2.2019
6 p.m. | Lecture
DIE POLNISCHE AVANTGARDE IN BERLIN
von Dr. Lidia Głuchowska, Universität Zielona Góra/PL

Thu, 21.2.2019
6 p.m. | Scenic reading
“BRESLAU! …I’M OPTIMISTIC FOR THE TIME BEING.” OSKAR SCHLEMMER AND HIS CORRESPONDENCE WITH OTTO MEYER-AMDEN
with the editors Prof. Dr. Magdalena Droste and Dr. Elisa Tamaschke, introduction by Dr. Ina Conzen, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Invalidenstraße 50/51, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten
www.ottomuellerinberlin.de

Alexander und Renata Camaro Stiftung
Potsdamer Straße 98A
10785 Berlin-Tiergarten

www.camaro-stiftung.de 



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