Germany Divided. Baselitz and his generation. From the Duerckheim Collection

Germany Divided. Baselitz and his generation. From the Duerckheim Collection

FichaTextoEditorial British Museum Publications

FichaTextoPaginas 192

FichaTextoAno 2014

FichaTextoEan 9780714126906

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Germany Divided explores a selection of unpublished and unseen works from some of the leading names in contemporary art. Showcased are key works from six artists who re-defined art in Germany in the second half of the twentieth century: Georg Baselitz; Marcus Lupertz; Blinky Palermo; A.R. Penck; Sigmar Polke and Gerhard Richter. In-depth biographical essays on each artist show how the division of Germany into separate states affected their work; and the importance of the experience of migration from East to West.