Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited V
Provenance Research at Brücke-Museum

Dialogical exhibition tour with Nadine Bauer
Provenance researcher, Berlin

Nadine Bauer studied Art History, History and Archaeology in Berlin, Vienna and Münster (Westfalia), and worked as a Student Assistant at the “Degenerate Art” Research Center at Freie Universität Berlin. In 2012/2013, she was part of the project “German Sales 1930–1945. Art Works, Art Markets, and Cultural Policy” at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles. Back in Berlin, she was a trainee at Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Arbeitsstelle für Provenienzforschung and Zentralarchiv). From 2015 to 2018, she worked for the German Lost Art Foundation, Magdeburg in the Department for Provenance Research. Since 2014, she has been working on a dissertation concerning the role of the Munich Galerie Almas in the Nazi Era art trade. In a one year project, Nadine Bauer is researching the provenance of about 60 artworks in the Brücke-Museum since November 2018.

In the series Re-visited, experts from different disciplines share their particular perspective on the exhibition – an exhibition tour based on discussion.

Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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