Fall 2005 Lecture Series Print E-mail

One Hundred Years of German Expressionism: Painters and Patrons, Politics and the Public


All lectures will be held at the German Historical Institute, 1607 New Hampshire Avenue NW (Directions)

German Expressionism: Nineteenth-Century Roots

September 08, 2005
Robert Rosenblum (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

From Impressionism to Expressionism: Harry Graf Kessler on Modern Art and its Public in Imperial Germany
followed by a screening of "Harry Graf Kessler – der Mann der alle kannte" (2005) by Sabine Carbon (24pictures, Berlin).
September 19, 2005
Laird Easton (California State University, Chico)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

A Non-Male German Talent: Gabriele Münter’s Work Perceived through Wassily Kandinsky’s Eyes

October 06, 2005
Reinhold Heller (University of Chicago)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

Künstlergruppe Brücke and the Public Sphere: The Formation of the Modern Woman Patron and Collecto
October 27, 2005
Shulamith Behr (Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

Franz Marc at the Lenbachhaus
November 03, 2005
Annegret Hoberg (Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

Expressionism and the Third Reich
November 10, 2005
Jonathan Petropoulos (Claremont McKenna College)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism

"Kunst der Freiheit" or "Phänomen spätbürgerlicher Dekandenz"? The Art of Die Brücke in the Cold War

December 08, 2005
Christian Saehrendt (Humboldt University, Berlin)
In conjunction with the GHI's fall lecture series One Hundred Years of German Expressionism