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Bagatelle II

I am going to ocasionally post articles on exhibitions I have visited on my art blog, like this one and the one from yesterday (http://kellerdoscope.wordpress.com/2014/04/23/hans-josephson-in-ernst-barlach-haus-hamburg/).

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Today I was in Museum Küppersmühle in Duisburg to see the big ongoing K.O. Götz retrospective. This exhibition was previously shown in Berlin and will move to Wiesbaden in June (see http://www.museum-kueppersmuehle.de/ausstellungen/aktuelle-ausstellung-ko-goetz/).

This exhibition, the largest of several exhibitions currently showing works of this artist, is really worth a visit. Friends of abstract art can take advantage here of the fact that the artists celebrated his 100th birthday in March this year, resulting in a lot of exhibition activity (see http://www.xn--ko-gtz-zxa.de/pages/texte_filme/werkverzeichnis.html).

It pays off to visit Duisburg just to see this exhibition and it pays off to visit Germany just for this purpose! The permanent collection of the museum, including works of Gerhard Richter and K.R.H. Sonderborg, among others, is also worth a trip.
One of the paintings in this exhibition is “Bagatelle II”. A small photograph like the one above can only give a faint idea of how…

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One thought on “Bagatelle II

  1. Hi there, I am not familiar with Götz work, so thank you for sharing this information about the exhibition. ” it pays off to visit Germany just for this purpose!” … definitely looking at doing that in the near future!

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