Eclipse of the Sun: Art of the Weimar Republic
May 23 − September 2 • New gallery, 1048 5th Ave, New York City
About the exhibition
The monumental canvas of George Gross “The Eclipse of the Sun” of 1926 is the central part of the exhibition “Eclipse of the Sun: Art of the Weimar Republic”, Which includes paintings and drawings by Gross, as well as selected works by Otto Dix, Max Beckmann, Otto Griebel, Christian Schad, Rudolf Schlichter and Georg Scholz. Many of the works are taken from the expanded collection of the New Gallery, and together demonstrate the artistic result, which coincided with the moment of extreme political unrest in Germany in the 1920s.
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