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Exhibition Catalogues

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Aquarelle

Publication - edited by Magdalena M. Moeller

300 pages with 289 colour plates, 28 €

This publication about the cofounder of the „Brücke“ Karl Schmidt-Rottluff is dedicated to his watercolours. He was especially interested in themes like landscapes and still lives. The expressive and luminous watercolours of Schmidt-Rottluff show a particular interaction between form and colour and reflect at the same time the artist´s inner mood. An introductive text by Christiane Remm informs about life and work of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff.

(available only in German)

Erich Heckel – Der stille Expressionist. Aquarelle als Vorstudien zu Gemälden
Exhibition catalogue – edited by Magdalena M. Moeller
285 pages with 121 colour plates, 20 €

This exhibition catalogue is dedicated to the watercolours of the cofounder of the “Brücke” Erich Heckel. A lot of different themes like landscapes, cities, clowns and artists, bathing people or still lifes were done in watercolour. Very often these graphics were used as preliminary studies for paintings. Three essays treating biographical and comparative aspects explain his oeuvre of watercolours.

(Available only in German)

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Ostseebilder
Exhibition catalogue – edited by Magdalena M. Moeller
264 pages with 139 colour plates, 24 €

This exhibition catalogue is applied to the different stays of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff at the Baltic Sea. He was a cofounder of the “Brücke”. The artist visited often different regions at the Baltic shores; the first stay was 1906 on the Baltic isle Alsen, the next one was in 1913 in Nidden at the Courland Spit. The following journeys in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties led him to Jershöft and Lebasee in Eastern Pomerania. Finally Schmidt-Rottluff stayed since 1951 regularly more than 20 years in Sierksdorf at the Bay of Lübeck. The Baltic Sea always inspired the artist to a very intensive examination of the local nature and to the creation of luminous and colorful works.

(Available only in German)

Erich Heckel: Aufbruch und Tradition – Eine Retrospektive

Exhibition catalogue – edited by Magdalena M. Moeller

327 pages with 122 colour plates, 24 €

The catalogue is released on the occasion of a special exhibition on the paintings of Erich Heckel. All creative periods from the early to the late work Heckels are presented. Numerous essays treating biographical, stylistic and comparative aspects illuminate the painterly oeuvre of the cofounder of the “Brücke” Erich Heckel.

(available only in German)

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff – Eine Monographie
Monograph – edited by Magdalena M. Moeller
336 pages with 205 colour plates, 28 €

This monograph is dedicated to the “Brücke”-cofounder Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, who was one of the most outstanding artists of the German Expressionism. An introduction written by Magdalena M. Moeller explains the wide-ranging work of Schmidt-Rottluff and his significance for modernity. Numerous colour-plates of the works, who are in possession of the Brücke-Museum – like paintings, water-colours, drawings, postcards, prints or sculptures clarify the artistic independence and expressiveness of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff.

(available only in German)

Fritz Bleyl – Gründungsmitglied der “Brücke”

(Founding member of the "Brücke")

Edited by Magdalena M. Moeller with contributions by Annette Blattmacher, Janina Dahlmanns and Magdalene Schlösser

The catalogue presents a selection of 110 drawings, watercolours and graphic works of the rich collection of works of the Brücke-Museum created by Fritz Bleyl. Three essays introduce into the artists´ oeuvre focussing on special issues (style, biography, “Brücke”-motives).
168 pages with 110 full-page pictures, 20 euros, released by the Hirmer Verlag (available only in German)

 

 

Deutscher Expressionismus 1905–1913
Brücke-Museum Berlin 150 Meisterwerke

Exhibition catalogue – ed. by Magdalena M. Moeller and Marietta Jansen
With contributions by Annette Blattmacher, Janina Dahlmanns, Magdalena M. Moeller, Christiane Remm, Magdalene Schlösser and Aya Soika

239 pages with 150 full-page pictures, 24 euros (available only in German)

This catalogue has been released on the occasion of the exhibition of the museum´s collection in Groningen: a selection of 150 paintings, drawings, watercolours and graphic works of the “Brücke” is presented. Eight essays introduce into the oeuvre of each of the artists.

 

The Rolf Horn Collection Catalogue
This catalogue has been released on the occasion of the exhibition of the Rolf Horn collection at the Brücke-Museum Berlin. The assortment of works presents the “Brücke” artists as well as other expressionist individuals such as Alexej von Jawlensky, Christian Rohlfs, Ernst Barlach and Käthe Kollwitz. This publication presents the Rolf Horn collection comprehensively for the first time: academic contributions introduce the artists now exhibited in the Brücke-Museum.

Edited by Magdalena M. Moeller with contributions by Tayfun Belgin, Annette Blattmacher, Ursula Bode, Janina Dahlmanns, Alexandra von dem Knesebeck, Uta Kuhl, Christiane Remm, Magdalene Schlösser, Peter Stepan and Cathy Stoike.

314 pages with 150 full-page colour pictures, price 26,- euros, released by the Hirmer Verlag. (Available only in German.)

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in Berlin

Catalogue edited by Magdalena M. Moeller. With scholarly contributions by the editress, Annette Blattmacher, Janina Dahlmanns, Christiane Remm, Magdalene Schlösser and Hanna Strzoda.

After moving from Dresden to Berlin in 1911 Kirchner was stunned by the exciting and vibrating life in the metropolis. He captured modern Berlin nightlife and developed a distinctive style of expression, culminating in the famous series of paintings known as the Street Scenes (1913–15). Fourteen scholarly essays focussing on special issues introduce into the artist´s Berlin work. Every chapter is followed by full page illustrations in colour.

396 pages with full page illustrations in colour, price at the Brücke-Museum: 26 €. The catalogue is published by the Hirmer Verlag in Munich. Available only in German.

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Farbige Druckgraphik

(Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – colour prints)

Edited by Magdalena M. Moeller, with an large essay by Günther Gercken, the author of the upcoming catalogue raisonnée of Ernst Ludwig Kirchners’ prints. 208 pages with 145 coloured illustrations, price 23 €. Only available in German.

For the first time this exhibition catalogue is dedicated exclusively to Kirchner’s colour prints. Different variations of a certain motif are juxtaposed, permitting interesting views on the artists’ work. Kirchner himself stressed the quality of his colour prints: “Indeed the colour prints are works of art in their own right.”

 

 

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Meisterblätter.
(Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Drawings of the collection of the Brücke-Museum)
Catalogue edited by Magdalena M. Moeller. With scholarly contributions by Wolfgang Henze, Katharina Henkel and Hanna Strzoda.
204 pages, 100 full page illustrations in colour, price 19 €. Available only in German.

This catalogue presents selected works of the rich collection of drawings of the Brücke-Museum created by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. The technique of drawing played a central role in Kirchners work. This selection, dating from 1906 to 1937, one year later Kirchner committed suicide, provides a wide overview over the artist´s oeuvre. The scholarly essays allow a profound access to the artist´s work focussing on special issues.

Ekstase, Rhythmus, Stille. Die Pastelle von Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
(Ecstasy, rhythm and silence. Pastels by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff)
Catalogue edited by Magdalena M. Moeller. With an introduction by Christiane Remm.
160 pages, 110 full page illustrations in colour, price 19 €. Available only in German.

This catalogue presents for the first time a comprehensive overview of the pastels by the “Brücke” member Karl Schmidt-Rottluff.
110 works from the collection of the Brücke-Museum, dating from 1910 to 1970, reveal his artistic development from the early “Brücke” period until his late works after Wold War II.
The main focus of the publication is on pastels created during the 1940s when the artist was stigmatized as “degenerate” by the National Socialists.
A scholarly essay by Christiane Remm introduces the reader to the unique technique and extraordinary quality of the pastel.
The majority of the works is published for the first time.

„Brücke“-Highlights.
Hg. Magdalena M. Moeller, mit Kurzkommentaren zu 247 Werke des Brücke-Museums,
260 Seiten, Preis: 16,- €

(available only in German)

Erlebnis Farbe. Aquarelle aus dem Brücke-Museum Berlin
hg. v. Magdalena M. Moeller
mit einer Einführung von Christiane Remm
191 Seiten, 130 ganzseite Farbtafeln, 18,- €

(available only in German)

Dokumente der Künstlergruppe Brücke,
hg. v. Magdalena M. Moeller,
mit Beiträgen von Janina Dahlmanns, Merit Marckwort und Christiane Remm,
200 Seiten, Katalog mit zahlreichen Farbtafeln, 27 €

(available only in German)

Emil Nolde. Die Bergpostkarten,
hg. v. Magdalena M. Moeller
mit einem Beitrag von Janina Dahlmanns
101 Seiten, 62 ganzseitige Farbtafeln, 16 €

(available only in German)

Brücke-Museum Berlin - Malerei und Plastik. Kommentiertes Verzeichnis der Bestände
2006, hg. v. Magdalena M. Moeller
mit Beiträgen von Anita Beloubek-Hammer, Janina Dahlmanns, Andreas Gabelmann, Reinhold Heller, Jill LLoyd, Magdalena M. Moeller, Christiane Remm, Bettina Schaschke, Roland Scotti und Cathy Stoike
478 Seiten, 179 ganzseitige Farbtafeln, 30 €

(available only in German)

Christian Rohlfs - Die Begegnung mit der Moderne
2005, hg. v. Dirk Luckow, Magdalena M. Moeller und Peter Thurmann
mit Beiträgen von Janina Dahlmanns, Anke Dornbach, Dirk Luckow, Mario-Andreas von Lüttichau, Christiane Remm, Peter Thurmann, Maren Welsch und Dörte Zbikowski
240 Seiten, alle Exponate in ganzseitigen Farbtafeln abgebildet, 24 €

(available only in German)

Erich Heckel an der Ostsee
2006, hg. v. Magdalena M. Moeller und Ulrich Schulte-Wülwer
mit Beiträgen von Janina Dahlmanns, Oliver Kornhoff, Ulrich Schulte-Wülwer und Hanna Strzoda
199 Seiten, 130 ganzseitige Farbtafeln, 19 €

(available only in German)

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
2005, herausgegeben von Magdalena M. Moeller
mit Beiträgen von Arnt Fredheim und Christiane Remm
187 Seiten, 109 ganzseitige Farbtafeln, 14 €

(available only in German)