PHOTO: © Unsplash: Zalfa Imani

Modern Times – Bilder der 1920er Jahre aus dem Lindenau-Museum Altenburg

In the organizer's words:

Otto Dix, Conrad Felixmüller, George Grosz, Hanna Nagel and Elisabeth Voigt reflect life between the world wars in their works - especially with regard to those people who were at the bottom of society. Poverty and wealth, war experiences and traumas, political radicalization, strikes and revolution, sexuality and intoxication shaped the 1920s. Around 100 years later, these themes are still topical and are being discussed anew. The exhibition shows works from Expressionism to New Objectivity from the Lindenau-Museum Altenburg, supplemented by works from the museum's own collection.

This content has been machine translated.

Price information:

Free admission for all: Children, teenagers and young adults under 27 years of age Accompanying persons with severe disabilities (severely disabled pass with the B mark) with Museum PASS-Musées with press card with family card from the social and youth welfare office with FreiburgPass with RVF WelcomeKarte for members of the respective Friends of a Museum for ICOM members for members of the German Museums Association for members of the Baden-Württemberg Museumsbund for members of the International Association of Art (IAA)


Museum für Neue Kunst Marienstraße 10A 79098 Freiburg im Breisgau

More Shows

Get the Rausgegangen App!

Be always up-to-date with the latest events in Freiburg!