The Cincinnati Art Museum and ArtWorks present C A M P G R O U N D (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, October 30, 2014)
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CAM exhibit reviews native son Wesselmann's career (Cincinnati Enquirer, October 25, 2014)
Street Photography in the 21st Century (Cincinnati CityBeat, October 8, 2014)
Local author brings rich history alive in ‘Cincinnati Silver’ (Cincinnati Enquirer, October 8, 2014)
Look Who’s Talking: “Conversations around American Gothic” at Cincinnati Art Museum (AEQAI, October 4, 2014)
June 21, 2014 to August 17, 2014
Expressionism developed during a period of intense social and aesthetic transformation in Germany and Austria. This exhibition of prints traces the avant-garde and the concurrent renaissance in the graphic arts, particularly printmaking, with the founding of the Brücke in 1905. It charts the devastating and transformative impact of World War I and its aftermath upon these artists’ careers, and includes art made during the early years of the Weimar Republic. Among the German printmakers featured are Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Georg Macke, Käthe Kollwitz, Max Beckmann, Max Pechstein, and Otto Dix.
This exhibition is presented as part of “Cincinnati Remembers WWI,” a citywide series of events commemorating the centenary of the First World War and anticipating Cincinnati Opera’s production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night in July 2014. For more information, please visit www.cincinnatiopera.org/WWI.
Art from the German Expressionist Period and Dance Inspired By It
June 20: 7pm tour, 8pm performance | Tickets and Information
June 22: 6pm tour, 7pm performance | Tickets and Information
These exclusive evening events begin with guided tours of the special exhibition, Cries in the Night: German Expressionist Prints around World War I, and conclude in the Art Museum’s monumental Great Hall, where MamLuft&Co. Dance will perform a modern work. The Modern Dance performance is inspired by the exhibit and the Expressionist movement itself, a pivotal era in both visual art and dance. See links for more details.
Image: Käthe Kollwitz (German, b.1867, d.1945); BROT !; 1924; Print, lithograph; Gift of Herbert Greer French; 1940.327; © Artists Rights Society (ARS)