Five hundred years ago, one man took a stand that shook Europe and changed the world. Now you can see the story of Martin Luther and the Reformation brought to life through astonishing artworks and historical objects, traveling outside Germany for the first time ever. Luther used art and the newly invented printing press to challenge Europe’s leaders and spread a revolution of religious, cultural, and societal change. This exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, gold, textiles, and works on paper—as well as Luther’s personal possessions and recent archaeological finds—that shed new light on an explosive era and the man who ignited it.
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Presented by: Thrivent Financial
Lead Sponsors: John and Nancy Lindahl, The Hognander Foundation, K.A.H.R. Foundation, Bradbury and Janet Anderson Family Foundation, Jim and Carmen Campbell, Thomson Reuters
Major Sponsors: Delta Air Lines, National Endowment for the Arts
Media Partner: Star Tribune
Community Partners: Mount Olivet Lutheran Church of South Minneapolis, Augsburg College, Concordia University • Saint Paul, The Richard W. & Phyllis B. Duesenberg Foundation, and John and Shirley Nilsen