post-title NEWS++ Patterns and Modernity. Art of the 1920s from the Zuschlag-Wieneke Collection – Bröhan-Museum | 24.11.2022-12.02.2023

NEWS++ Patterns and Modernity. Art of the 1920s from the Zuschlag-Wieneke Collection – Bröhan-Museum | 24.11.2022-12.02.2023

NEWS++ Patterns and Modernity. Art of the 1920s from the Zuschlag-Wieneke Collection – Bröhan-Museum | 24.11.2022-12.02.2023

NEWS++ Patterns and Modernity. Art of the 1920s from the Zuschlag-Wieneke Collection – Bröhan-Museum | 24.11.2022-12.02.2023

Addendum: Due to water damage in the Bröhan Museum, the exhibition “Muster und Moderne. Art of the 1920s from the Zuschlag-Wieneke Collection” has to be postponed. Works of art were NOT damaged in the water damage. The exhibition will open at a later date.

 

Constructivism and geometric abstraction shaped the visual arts as well as the design of the 1920s. For 50 years, Fritz Zuschlag and Bodo Wieneke-Zuschlag have been exploring the theme of abstraction in the visual arts as well as in the applied field.
With a great deal of passion and expertise, the two men from Cologne have put together a collection that illuminates the art of the 1920s in its various facets. One focus is on…

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Fig. above: Adolf Richard Fleischmann, Untitled, o. J., Fritz Zuschlag Collection, Bodo Wieneke-Zuschlag, Cologne. Photo: Colya Zucker.

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