24. Januar – 05. April 2010
Akademie der KÃ¼nste, Pariser Platz
An exhibition honouring artist George Grosz, who produced a series of vitriolic and satirical drawings of German bourgeois society in the late 1920s and early 1930s, is under way at the city’s Academy of Arts near the Brandenburg Gate.
The exhibition has aroused interest in Berlin, with hundreds of art lovers showing up for its recent opening by the Academy president, Klaus Staeck. While the Berlin exhibition – titled “Correct and Anarchistic” – deals sympathetically with the years he spent in the United States, and presents a number of the landscapes and collages he executed there, it becomes evident that his Berlin images of the 1920s were the climax of his artistic career.
Present in Berlin for the exhibition opening, Grosz’s son Marty and of course our berlin’s studio crew that couldn’t loss any chance for take some inspiration and keeping in touch with all the best cultural events of the city
Info here: www.adk.de