Dresden's Graphic Artists in the Post-War Period
Along with Berlin and Leipzig, Dresden was one of the most important art centres in the GDR (East Germany). The city on the River Elbe was more known for its painters, artists like Otto Dix and those associated with Die Brücke, but in the early 20th century it also evolved into an important city for the graphic arts. After World War II many of the artists who had trained in Dresden revived this aspect of its cultural legacy in a wide variety of styles.
Featuring a selection of around 30 drawings and prints by six artists active in Dres-den - Wilhelm Rudolph (1889-1982), Hermann Glöckner (1889-1987), Wilhelm Lachnit (1899-1962), Hans Theo Richter (1902-1969), Hans Körnig (1905-1989), and Gerhard Kettner (1928-1993) - this mini-exhibition presents a small cross-section of the art of the GDR that the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett presides over in its extensive holdings.
Potsdamer Straße 50
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During necessary renovations, the Neue Nationalgalerie is closed since January 2015 for several years.
Area ticket Gemäldegalerie included temp. exhibition + Musikinstrumentenmuseum
12,00 EUR Concessions 6,00
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24,00 EUR Concessions 12,00
Annual ticket Classic temporary exhibitions not included
50,00 EUR Concessions 25,00
Annual ticket Classic Plus including temporary exhibitions hosted by the National Museums in Berlin
100,00 EUR Concessions 50,00
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