1. Der Kunstmaler Robert Rudolf Hoffmann

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    Der Kunstmaler Robert Rudolf Hoffmann (1858 - 1930), Film von Doris Lohse und Christoph Lohse, Berlin

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    • Daniel Richter: On Emil Nolde

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      Emil Nolde was a Nazi - and so what, asks contemporary German artist Daniel Richter. "It's a moralistic debate. A debate, that mirrors the moralism and bigottery of a generation that seems to think, that the world is a moral playground." Emil Nolde's relationship to the Nazi-regime in the Third Reich has given rise to immense discussions within the last months. For decades the broader public had a picture of Nolde being one of the "entartete" artists as well as being prohibited painting by the Nazi-regime. Though this on the surface is true, it was the result of a great disappointment to Nolde. For years, he had strived to become "the" artist of the Thrid Reich, praising his own art as true, German, anti-French and anti-Jewish. Possible competitors within the German art world like Max Pechstein he actively denounced to the Nazi authorities. For Daniel Richter, who growing up in the Northern part of Germany was surrounded by Noldes paintings since early childhood, not much new has happened though. "Already the frist president of the Berlin art academy after the Second World War called Nolde for Nazi-Emil. He despised him." In other words: Everybody, who wanted to know that Nolde was a Nazi, could have known it for many decades. It was a public secret, so to speak. In this interview Daniel Richter reflects upon the reasons for the actual debate. "Nolde became a symbol for the Germans in general. Like them he went along, he was opportunistic, he aimed high and fell deep. Like the man on the street, he felt betrayed - by Hitler and the Nazi-ideology. In many ways, Nolde is the blueprint of the collective German mind after the war." But does Nolde's betrayal have to influence our perspective on his art? Richter argues: "Is it necessary for us to know, who the artist was? Today everybody is judged by his private dealings - politicians, public persons, artists. I think that's wrong. Knowing the biography or the moral, social or political behaviour of a person may sharpen one's look on a work. But in my eyes, it should never deminish the work. The work should be judged on it's own and only in relation to other paintings." And therefore Noldes work is still relevant today, Richter says. "Like most artists, Nolde had a contradictory personality. It was like a red line through his life. Many artists have wrong ideas, but come to interesting results. Art does not have an expiry date - that's a wrong understanding of art. If the paintings confuse me or irritate me or offer something, that I have not seen before, they are contemporary paintings. And that answers the question. Everything we consume today, everything we can use for something, is contemporary art." Daniel Richter (b.1962) is one of the leading painters on the German contemporary art-scene. Between 1991 and 1995 he attended the Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg. From 2004-2006 he served as Professor for Painting at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. Since 2006, he has been teaching at Akademie der bildenden Künste in Vienna. His works are besides others represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Boros Collection in Berlin. Daniel Richter was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Camera: Jakob Solbakken Edit: Kamilla Bruus Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014 Supported by: Nordea Fonden

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      • ImEx – Impressionismus – Expressionismus. Kunstwende: Ausstellung in der Alten Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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        Impressions of the exhibition "ImEx – Impressionism – Expressionism. Turn of the Art" from 22.05.2015 to 20.09.2015 at the Old National Gallery, Berlin... read more in German: Impressionen der Ausstellung "ImEx – Impressionismus – Expressionismus. Kunstwende" vom 22.05.2015 bis 20.09.2015 in der Alten Nationalgalerie, Berlin. Das Zeitalter der Ismen: Die Alte Nationalgalerie vergleicht 160 Werke beider Stile miteinander. Mit überraschendem Befund: Um 1900 änderten sich die Malweisen radikal, aber nicht die Motive – und die Entfremdung des Individuums schritt unaufhaltsam voran. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2015/07/imex-impressionismus-expressionismus/

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        • Blickwechsel - Pioniere der Moderne: Ausstellung in der Neuen Pinakothek, München

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          Interview with curator Oliver Kase and impressions of the exhibition "Exchange of Sights - Pioneers of Modernity" from 17.04.2013 to 31.08.2013 at the New Pinakothek, Munich... read more in German: Interview mit Kurator Oliver Kase und Impressionen der Ausstellung "Blickwechsel - Pioniere der Moderne" vom 17.04.2013 bis 31.08.2013 in der Neuen Pinakothek, München. Zusammenführen, was zusammengehört: Da die Pinakothek der Moderne saniert wird, nimmt die Neue Pinakothek 70 Hauptwerke auf. Und hängt sie mitten in ihre ständige Ausstellung: So werden ungeahnte Verbindungen und Traditionen deutlich. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2013/07/blickwechsel-pioniere-der-moderne/

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          • Emil Nolde - visages

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            Peintures d'Emil Nolde Musique de Mark Mothersbaugh Xp32 - Muzik for Insomniaks vol. 1

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            • Emil Nolde - Retrospektive: Ausstellung im Städel Museum, Frankfurt

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              Impressions of the exhibiton "Emil Nolde – Retrospective" from 05.03.2014 to15.06.2014 at the Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main... read more in German: Impressionen der Ausstellung "Emil Nolde – Retrospektive" vom 05.03.2014 bis 15.06.2014 im Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main. Nazi-Opfer oder Mitläufer? Vor allem letzteres, zeigt das Städel Museum mit dem ersten Rückblick auf Noldes Riesenwerk seit 25 Jahren. Der Opportunist und Hitler-Bewunderer log und denunzierte skrupellos – aber ging künstlerisch unbeirrt seinen Weg. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2014/05/emil-nolde-retrospektive/

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              • Emil Nolde

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                Ein Bericht von Wilhelm G. Bohnes

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                • Maxim Kantor - Galerie Nierendorf

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                  Galerie Nierendorf - www.galerienierendorf.de

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                  • Emil Nolde - mer & terre

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                    La peinture d'Emil Nolde (1867 - 1956) Musique Ilhes des Açores de Madredeus Pour plus d'infos visitez: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Nolde

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