Guided tour (in English) of Hungarian Art in Berlin 1910-1933
"Magyar Modern" breaks new ground in its exploration of the artistic links between Berlin and Hungarian Modernism. After Hungary’s failed revolution of Protected content , Weimar Republic-Berlin became an important locale for exiled creatives and intellectuals. Making up one of the largest exile communities in Berlin at the time, an unmistakable impact was made on the avant garde culture of this era. Featuring works by Lászlo Móholy-Nagy and Oskar Kaufman, "Magyar Modern" follows the the life of Hungarian Modernism in the German capital, leading up to its ultimate repression under the Nazi Party.
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Please register on the day of the tour at the front desk. They should point out a meeting spot, where I'll wait. Unfortunately the gallery doesn't accept reservations in advance. The tour is limited to a maximum 20 participants, so please come early to secure a spot! Best regards, Rainer
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