post-title First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

THE VERBORGENE MUSEUM is a guest at the Berlinische Galerie and presents the first retrospective of the sculptor Louise Stomps (1900-1988).

With around 90 sculptures, the exhibition provides an insight into the life’s work of this extraordinary artist. Her bronze figures “Pilger”, “Einsamer” and “Gilgamesh”, which are over three metres high and were donated to the Berlinische Galerie by Louise Stomps’ heirs, can also be seen in the staircase hall for the first time.

Louise Stomps hat ein imposantes Werk hinterlassen, das nach ihrem Tod jedoch nur selten ausgestellt wurde. Menschliches Leid und die schutzlose Kreatur sind für die Berliner Bildhauerin ein Leben lang Inspiration. Sie stehen im Mittelpunkt ihres bildnerischen Schaffens, das zwischen den ausklingenden 1920er und den späten 1980er Jahren entstand.

„BE OPEN TO THE NEW AND TAKE MODERN ART IN ITS INDESCRIBABLE FRESHNESS AND DETACHMENT AS A COMPASS FOR A NEW TIME.“

Louise Stomps

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Image caption: Photo: Anonymous, Louise Stomps and „Die Scheue“, Berlin 1946 © Louise Stomps Estate.

 

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