OUR WEBSITES
English
Basket
article added
Proceed to checkout

Retrospective of a pioneer

Share:

From April 14 to August 7, 2016, the Verborgene Museum Berlin is presenting a first retrospective with the most important works by photo montage artist and painter Alice Lex-Nerlinger. The exhibition is the result of a collaboration with the art collection of the Akademie der Künste, Berlin.

Together with Hannah Höch, Lea and Hans Grundig and John Heartfield, Alice Lex-Nerlinger (1893–1975) belonged to the Cologne progressives, and her husband Oskar Nerlinger to the artistic-political avant-garde of the Weimar Republic.

After training as a painter and graphic designer, Lex-Nerlinger worked consistently with modern photography as of 1927. She experimented with photo montages, photogrammes and with spray paint techniques, to spread her socio-political themes widely using simple means of reproduction.

Further information at: Das verborgene Museum

Share this page:
via mail Mail
STAY UP TO DATE WITH THE LFI NEWS CHANELS: GET THE LFI APP:
lfi
on facebook
lfi
newsletter
lfi
app
close