09/15/2023 – 02/04/2024
In 1918, Czechoslovakia was established as a new democratic state in Europe. In the subsequent years, artists in almost every field there developed visionary ideas. The Czech avantgarde movement permeated not only fine art but also architecture, literature, poetry, music, theatre and film.
The exhibition in the Bröhan-Museum provides an overview of the most important trends of Czech modernism. Czechoslovakia’s lively art and design history is presented, starting out from Czech cubism and surrealism, through architecture, furniture design and photography. Using exemplary paintings, graphic art, collages, sculptures and photographs, this volume recalls and pays tribute to the Czech creative contribution to European Modernism.
14059 Berlin (am Schloss Charlottenburg)
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More on the catalog Hej rup! Die Tschechische Avantgarde im Kontext der Europäischen Moderne can be found here.