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  • “Let us create the new building of the future together; it will combine architecture, sculpture, and painting in a single form”. With this vision, Walter Gropius, in 1919, opened the Staatliche Bauhaus Weimar, which was to become one of the most infl uential schools of art... “Let us create the new building of...

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  • Frida Kahlo: declared a symbol of Mexican national heritage, made into a cult fi gure by the women‘s movement, praised by the likes of Picasso and Breton. At the age of 18, she suffered an accident that would forever change her life, destining her to pain, numerous operations and childlessness. This film takes you... Frida Kahlo: declared a symbol of...

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  • Blondes, superheroes and Mickey Mouse – with his drastically enlarged comic subjects, Lichtenstein caused a commotion in the art world of the 1960s. In 1964, a New York Times headline read: “One of the Worst Artists in America.” Since then, the American artist who died in 1997 Blondes, superheroes and Mickey Mouse...

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  • Colour, form, area – this is the formula of the greatest pioneer of abstract painting. Kandinsky came to art late in life, but his impact through Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) and Bauhaus paved the way for modern art. In 1913, he created one of the first abstract pictures, Colour, form, area – this is the...

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  • Edouard Manet was a flâneur in 19th century Paris. At ease among the grande bourgeoisie, a friend of Zola and Baudelaire, his interest turned gradually from history painting to scenes of city life. All his life he longed to be recognised, but works like Luncheon on the Grass and Olympia gave rise only to scandal. Moreover, his provocative snapshots... Edouard Manet was a flâneur in 19th...

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  • In 1956, the Time Magazine mockingly called one of America’s most important 20th century artists “Jack the Dripper“. It did so because Pollock stood for something new: With his innovative technique of “dripping“ and “pouring“ paint, he originated Action painting, and created radical, subjective works, which revolutionised the world of art. In 1956, the Time Magazine mockingly...

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  • You had better look twice! In the works of Monsieur René Magritte, an absurd assembly of everyday objects appear on the canvas. The leading figure of the Belgian surrealists has a brilliant way of showing the viewer the phenomena of art, reality, perception and language. The artist’s subversive humour is thereby omnipresent, as in the silent ... You had better look twice! In the...

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  • Toulouse-Lautrec is the great chronicler of the Belle Epoque and Montmartre’s nightclub district. Close to his motifs, the dwarfish son of an aristocrat led his short, excessive life as an artist. On placards and lithographs he depicted the debauched world of Paris cabarets and brothels with just a few lines and colours. His famous graphic work is the... Toulouse-Lautrec is the great...

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  • Not much is known about Jan Vermeer. He only produced around 35 works of art. Yet they made him immortal. He was born in Delft and never left the town. He married there, worked as an art-dealer and died in debt. He bequeathed us a world of light, ambiguous interiors and insightful portraits. Not much is known about Jan Vermeer....

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  • Revolution! In 1915 the Russian artist Malevich declared a Black Square on a White Background an icon of his times and thus founded a new form of art, liberated from objects – Suprematism. Supported by the Bolsheviks at first, his ‘formalistic’ art was soon considered counterrevolutionary. Revolution! In 1915 the Russian...

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  •   Painter, graphic artist, photographer, stage designer, writer – David Hockney is one of the most versatile and significant artists of our times. The British artist’s international breakthrough came in the mid 60s with his homoerotic shower scenes and paintings of sun-speckled Californian swimming pools. In later works as well, the artist proved...   Painter, graphic artist,...

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  • Rembrandt & Kids is an interactive CD-rom packed with computer games for children of reading age. It teaches children lots of fun things about Rembrandt’s paintings.The children can use a wonderful digital magnifying glass to see any detail of the paintings close up.  Rembrandt & Kids is an...

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