Exhibition at Pinakothek der Moderne enriched by curators with new juxtapositions

Exhibition at Pinakothek der Moderne enriched by curators with new juxtapositions

The dialogue between Classical Modernism and contemporary art from the Sammlung Goetz continues to be extremely popular with the public. As a consequence, the exhibition has not only been extended until 16 January 2022 but enriched by the curators with new juxtapositions. Some of the thematically conceived rooms have been completely redesigned. These include Room 3, in which paintings by the ‘Blauer Reiter’ (Blue Rider) artists have now been combined with large-format works by Michael Buthe from the 1980s in their quest for spirituality in art. The highly expressive painting ‘Agonie’ (Agony; 1912) by Egon Schiele comes from the collection of the Neue Pinakothek. In Room 4 this work not only comes face to face with Lehmbruck’s sculpture ‘Der Gestürzte’ (The Fallen), a monument to Europe’s sacrificed youth in World
The dialogue between Classical Modernism and contemporary art from the Sammlung Goetz continues to be extremely popular with the public. As a consequence, the exhibition has not only been extended until 16 January 2022 but enriched by the curators with new juxtapositions. Some of the thematically conceived rooms have been completely redesigned. These include Room 3, in which paintings by the ‘Blauer Reiter’ (Blue Rider) artists have now been combined with large-format works by Michael Buthe from the 1980s in their quest for spirituality in art. The highly expressive painting ‘Agonie’ (Agony; 1912) by Egon Schiele comes from the collection of the Neue Pinakothek. In Room 4 this work not only comes face to face with Lehmbruck’s sculpture ‘Der Gestürzte’ (The Fallen), a monument to Europe’s sacrificed youth in World