Dance of Shapes
10.10.2020 — 30.4.2021
About the exhibition
In autumn 2020, the Bucerius Kunst Forum will present a Georges Braque retrospective, the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s paintings to be mounted in Germany in 30 years. Braque is regarded as the initiator of Cubism and one of the premier artists of the twentieth century. The exhibition traces Braque’s astonishing creative diversity and sheds light on the various stylistic phases and formal shifts in his work – from the Fauvism of his early career to his final, nearly abstract series in the post-war period.
The exhibition is being organised in cooperation with the Centre Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne, Paris.
The exhibition is sponsored by Bucerius Kunst Club, ExxonMobil, Bankhaus Lampe and Lampe Asset Management.
The BKF-Guide to the exhibition is supported by "Ursula Garbe Stiftungsfonds für Kunst und Kultur in Hamburg" by the Haspa Hamburg Stiftung.
Dance of Shapes
|Editor||Kathrin Baumstark, Andreas Hoffmann and Brigitte Leal|
|Texts by||Uwe Fleckner, Christopher Green, Jeanne-Bathilde Lacourt, Brigitte Leal, Maximilien Theinhardt and Pierre Wat|
|Description||218 pages, with images of works from the exhibition|
|Publishing company||Hirmer Verlag, Munich|
|Price||in the exhibition 29,90 euro|
BKF Guide as an App for your smartphone
You can also experience our audio tour of the exhibition from the comfort of your own home. Simply download our BKF Guide as an app onto your smartphone.
The Bucerius Kunst Forum offers a variety of digital offerings that bring the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes closer to you at home and on the road. Our young visitors also have the opportunity to engage with art, creativity and the artists shown through our digital offers.
In the interview, Kathrin Baumstark, Artistic Director of the Bucerius Kunst Forum, explains the concept of the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes and introduces Georges Braque and his creative diversity: From his early Fauvist works, through the development of Cubism, to his last, almost abstract series in the post-war period, the retrospective presents the multifaced work of this important French painter.