until 01.06. | #2362ARTatBerlin | Salongalerie Die Möwe shows from 7th March 2019 the exhibition Inescapable. The Bauhaus Artist Fritz Kuhr
With our exhibition about the artist Fritz Kuhr (1899-1975) we are commemorating the founding of the Bauhaus in Weimar 100 years ago. Paving the way, educating talents, and offering a shelter for modern art, the Bauhaus was a place of innovation in the early XXth century. Fritz Kuhr was a student and a teacher at this influential school of art and design from 1924 to 1930. His artistic work was particularly influenced by his teacher Paul Klee.
Our presentation refers to the creative spirit of the Bauhaus, a spirit that, in a multifarious way, continued to influence the artist’s work after the Second World War. The paintings give an expression of Kuhr’s inescapable artistic power, the independence of his œuvre, and the painter’s fondness for experiments.
Vernissage: Thursday, 7th March 2019, 6:00 p.m. – the laudatory speech is given by Professor Philipp Oswalt, from 2003 to 2014 director of the Bauhaus-Dessau Foundation
Exhibition period: Thursday 7th March to Saturday, 1st June 2019Zur Salongalerie Die Möwe
Inescapable. The Bauhaus Artist Fritz Kuhr – Salongalerie Die Möwe | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibition Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin