Exhibition Documentation 1970—1979

Here you will find the exhibitions of the 1970s, such as "Edvard Munch" in 1973 or "Marc Chagall" in 1978. Haus der Kunst had become a renowned station on the international exhibition circuit.

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Lyonel Feininger 1871–1956

24.03 – 13.05.73

With approximately 100 paintings, the exhibition provided an artistic cross-section of all of Feininger's work phases.More

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Aquarelles

14.10.72 – 07.01.73

1400—1950

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Surrealism

11.03 – 07.05.72

Nearly 50 years after the emergence of Surrealism in Paris, the exhibition highlights the artists who characterized the period between 1922 and 1942.More

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International posters 1871–1971

09.10.71 – 02.01.72

One hundred years after Fred Walkers "Woman in White" (1871) and at a time when – in the context of Pop Art – Andy Warhol made the representation of consumer products an art form, the exhibition aimed to trace the history of the poster as art. More

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Oskar Kokoschka

03.07 – 26.09.71

Images 1907–1970

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Aktiva '71

20.03 – 09.05.71

Art of the young in West Germany

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Paul Klee 1879–1940

10.10.70 – 03.01.71

This retrospective – with more than 500 paintings, drawings, graphics, and sculptures – was dedicated to the great and unique modernist artist Paul Klee. More

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Picasso

20.06 – 27.09.70

Graphic art, 1904–1968

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European Expressionism

07.03 – 10.05.70

The aim of the exhibition, which presented approximately 300 oil paintings and prints, was "to trace this sense of life and its effects on certain phases of European art in our century."More

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Max Liebermann and his time

15.12.79 – 17.02.80

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200 years of English painting

21.11.79 – 27.01.80

British art and Europe 1680–1880More

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The Munich School 1850–1914

28.07 – 07.10.79

Organized by the Bavarian State Painting Collections, this comprehensive exhibition presented works of the Munich School created between 1850 and 1914. More

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Max Ernst

07.02 – 29.04.79

Retrospective

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Julius Bissier 1893–1965

16.12.78 – 21.01.79

Julius Bissier, a German artist whose creative oeuvre drew on the silence of meditative contemplation, first gained broad recognition with the radical abstraction of his ink drawings in 1960.More

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Marc Chagall

05.08 – 15.10.78

Selected graphic works

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Simplicissimus

19.11.77 – 15.01.78

A satirical magazine, Munich 1896–1944

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Tibet

06.07 – 16.10.77

The Art of Buddhism

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The 1930s. Setting: Germany

11.02 – 17.04.77

Golo Mann praised the exhibition of German painting, sculpture, and decorative arts in the 1930s as a bold undertaking, for this period had previously been taboo. More

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Wassily Kandinsky

13.11.76 – 30.01.77

In 1977, Haus der Kunst honored the cofounder of "Der Blaue Reiter" and a pioneer of abstraction as a "prophetic" artist whose "significance as a painter and thinker had still not been duly appreciated." More

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Oskar Kokoschka

24.07 – 19.09.76

Prints

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Nofretete - Echnaton

17.01 – 21.03.76

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Tuscan Impressionism

18.10.75 – 04.01.76

Macchiaioli's contribution to European Realism

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Egon Schiele 1890–1918

22.02 – 11.05.75

Egon Schiele's short life "within the renewed glory of a dying era of glorified Viennese culture" was the backdrop for the exhibition of some 300 works by the artist. More

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Alexander Calder

10.05 – 13.07.75

With nearly 170 objects, Haus der Kunst paid tribute to the life work of the American sculptor Alexander Calder by staging a retrospective, in collaboration with the Kunsthaus Zurich and the artist, shortly before his death.More

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Hundertwasser – Friedensreich – Regentag

22.02 – 11.05.75

In a comprehensive exhibition, Haus der Kunst presented the varied artistic creations of contemporary Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. More

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Spanish art today

31.08 – 06.10.74

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Naive art. Themes and Relationships

01.11.74 – 12.01.75

In the early 1970s, a wave of enthusiasm for Naïve or Primitive Art – figurative and colorful images in a highly simplified representation made by lay people – swept through Germany. More

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Edvard Munch

06.10 – 16.12.73

1863–1944More

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Georges Rouault

23.03 – 12.05.74

1871–1958

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Raoul Dufy

30.06 – 30.09.73

1877–1953

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