Wildfire Expressionism

11.03. – 14.05.2023

Woodcut was largely responsible for the widespread dissemination and popularity of Expressionism after the First World War and in the 1920s. It shaped the image of Expressionism and became the medium of expression par excellence. Its special characteristics are sharply cut black and white contrasts, jagged stylisations, spatial incoherence and formal deformations. The works present a great stylistic and thematic variety: portrait, nude, man and nature, city life, village, industry, vaudeville, social criticism, paths to abstraction. Different stylistic views encourage comparative viewing and the question of what actually constitutes the expressionist woodcut. The works in the exhibition belong to the part of the Hierling Collection that has remained in the hands of the private collector. The collection is considered one of the finest collections of Expressionist woodcuts. After presentations in the Museum Ulm and the Museum Schloss Moyland, they are now to be shown to the public in Bernried. A new edition of the existing catalogue will be published to accompany the show.


2024 in the museum

DIRECTOR'S CUT – BUCHHEIM'S EXPRESSIONISTS
20.02.2024 – January 2025

FRANZ S. GEBHARDT-WESTERBUCHBERG (1895–1969)
Portrait of a painter's life
02.03. – 09.06.2024

BUCHHEIM COLLECTION - INSIDE OUT?
PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS
27.04.2024 – 12.01.2025

LOTHAR-GÜNTHER BUCHHEIM AND THE ART MARKET
16.03. – 16.06.2024

MUSICAL SWINGS
Swing · Have fun · Dream · Enjoy

Africa & Oceania
New presentation of objects from the Buchheim Collection in the tower room on the 3rd floor of the Buchheim Museum

The Boat
Since 31.07.2021

BUCHHEIM'S HOUSE
Permanent exhibition: Reconstruction of Buchheim's villa in Feldafing

Abbildung: Mann im Café
Alois Wach, Mann im Café, 1919, HolzschnittSammlung Joseph Hierling

Abbildung: Liebespaar
Evarist Adam Weber, Liebespaar, 1920, kolorierter HolzschnittSammlung Joseph Hierling

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