Artist

Erich Heckel

Title

Im Atelier

Year
1911
Category
Material / Technique
Dimensions
Blattmaß 34 × 43,8 cm
Related Albums
Acquisition details
Erworben 1994 als Schenkung aus dem Nachlass Erich Heckel, aus Mitteln der Stiftung DKLB
Credits
Erich Heckel, Im Atelier, 1911, Bleistift auf Papier, Brücke-Museum, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

Exhibitions (selection)

  • Die Brücke 1905–1914, 2018/19, Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden

Literature (selection)

  • Erich Heckel. Gemälde, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Graphik aus 50 Schaffensjahren, Ausst.-Kat. Städtisches Kunstmuseum, Duisburg, Städtisches Kunstmuseum, Duisburg 1957.

  • Erich Heckel. Zur Vollendung des 80. Lebensjahrzehntes, Ausst.-Kat. Museum Folkwang, Essen, Essen 1963.

  • Felix Zdenek (Hg.), Erich Heckel. 1883 - 1970. Gemälde, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen und Graphik, Ausst.-Kat. Museum Folkwang Essen/Haus der Kunst München, Prestel, München 1983.

  • Magdalena M. Moeller, Erich Heckel. Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Druckgraphik aus dem Brücke-Museum Berlin, Hirmer Verlag, München 1991.

  • Magdalena M. Moeller (Hg.), Die Brücke. Zeichnungen, Aquarelle, Druckgraphik, Hatje, Stuttgart 1992.

  • Magdalena M. Moeller (Hg.), Erich Heckel. Meisterwerke des Expressionismus. Aquarelle und Zeichnungen aus der Sammlung des Brücke-Museums Berlin, Ausst.-Kat. Brücke-Museum Berlin/Kunsthalle zu Kiel/Ulmer Museum/Galerie Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst/Gustav-Lübke-Museum Hamm, Hirmer Verlag, München 1999.

  • Birgit Dalbajewa, Ulrich Bischoff (Hg.), Die Brücke in Dresden 1905-1911, Ausst.-Kat. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Galerie Neue Meister/Dresdner Schloss, Verlag Walther König, Köln 2001.

  • Magdalena M. Moeller (Hg.), „Unmittelbar und unverfälscht“. Aquarelle, Zeichnungen und Druckgraphik der „Brücke“ aus dem Brücke-Museum Berlin, Ausst.-Kat. Kunstforum der Berliner Volksbank, Hirmer Verlag, München 2003.

Details

Inscription/Signature
Signiert unten links: E Heckel 11 (Signatur)
Nicht bezeichnet (Bezeichnung)

Inventory Number
64/94

Imprint

All content about the artwork is based on conversations from a workshop that took place in the context of Various Answers.

Workshop Participants

(Athena)

Athena Solomon B. is an emerging cultural scholar and professor who is interested in stereotypes and representations in the media and likes to paint

(Charlotte)

Charlotte Sohst is an interdisciplinary artist and activist. Besides studying, they are active in various projects based on anti-racist, queer feminist and intersectional perspectives

(Christèle)

Christèle Mapuku studies American studies and social sciences, loves the sea, and is interested in different but mainly marginalised ways of life and likes to reflect on them through writing

(Meskerem)

(Samantha)

Samantha Joy Nyamekye Deutesfeld studies political science, works in research, and is interested in “ways of seeing”

Conception / Moderation

(Josephine)

Josephine Ansah Valerie Deutesfeld (sie/ihr) is a philosopher who loves creative aesthetics on a large and small scale and enjoys writing and reading

Coordination / Guest

(Judith)

Judith Kirchner (sie/ihr) was head of the project Various Answers and is also a freelance art mediator who focuses on art, politics and feminism in her work, she prefers to think and act in collective settings.

Additional content

(Christèle)

Workshop-Participant
Video: Interview about Intimacy, interviewed by Josephine A.V. Deutesfeld

(Sonja)

Sonja Eismann is the co-editor of Missy Magazine and researches and writes about feminism and (pop) culture
Text: Paravent

(Brücke-Museum)

Text: Im Atelier, art historian perspective

(Sebastian)

Sebastian Weise: Recording and editing (video/audio)

(Christele) Interview Intimacy
02:33
(Brücke-Museum)
About the Work
(Sonja Eismann)
Paravent
(Athena) Being watched
00:07
(Athena) Submissive
00:14
(Christele) Power
00:08
(Josephine) Uneasiness
00:10
(Lotte) Reflect
00:21
(Sam) Interspace
00:37
Associations
00:50
Questions
00:18
Imprint