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Max Beckmann

  • Art
  • 3 out of 5 stars
'Quappi amb suèter rosa', de Max Beckmann. Museu Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza
© Max Beckmann, VEGAP'Quappi amb suèter rosa', Max Beckmann
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

This monographic exhibition is dedicated to Max Beckmann, an important 20th-century artist. Beckmann, who was exiled from his native Germany in 1937, believed that exile was the basic condition of modern man, and that was both evoked in his work and is the central concept of this show. The first part of the exhibition includes his works up to 1937. The second part is divided into four themes: loss of individual identity, imbalance caused by the modern city, exile as a synonym of death, and the sea as a metaphor for infinity.

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