Arthur G. Dove, ‘Red Sun’, 1835, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.

For its secons exhibition, the Museum Barberini will present its first international cooperation project for which The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., had send 68 works of early American modern art to Germany for the first time.

American art from the first half of the twentieth century is still relatively unknown in Europe. The three central themes of the exhibition – landscapes, portraits, and cityscapes – present a cross-section of American painting. The show will trace the beginnings of abstract painting, which also developed during this time. After 1945, this culminated in Abstract Expressionism, and New York City became the new center of the art world. Works from The Phillips Collection highlight all of these developments.

The exhibition From Hopper to Rothko: America’s Road to Modern Art will provide a panorama of subjects and styles ranging from Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism – taking visitors on a journey through landscape art, portrait painting, and cityscapes to Color Field Painting, with works along the way by George Inness (1825–1894), Marsden Hartley (1877–1943), Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986), Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993), and more.

 

 

Museum Barberini

Alter Markt

Humboldtstraße 5–6

14467 Potsdam | Germany

 

http://museum-barberini.com

 

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