Kirchners Kosmos: Der Tanz

KirchnerHAUS Aschaffenburg

22 September -30 December 2018

Fondazione Braglia is happy to adhere to the project  ‘Kirchners Kosmos: Der Tanz‘ at KirchnerHAUS in Aschaffenburg (Germany) with the loan of the watercolour ‘Gerda mit Tänzer‘ painted by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in 1912.

 

Zoran Music. Poesie der Stille

Leopold Museum, Vienna

13 April - 6 August 2018

The retrospective ‘Zoran Music. Poesie der Stille‘ (Poetry of Silence) presented at the Leopold Museum in Wien, includes five works from the collection of Fondazione Gabriele e Anna Braglia.

Flaneur im Garten der Kunst

Stadtmuseum, Lindau

24 March - 26 August 2018

The exhibition presents forty artworks including five works on loan from Fondazione Braglia’s collection, as the important painting ‘Vier Badende mit Lebensbäumen‘ from 1910, together with the oil on wood ‘Drei Mädchen mit weissen Haarschleifen‘ from 1914 and other three drawings.

Paul Klee. Landscapes

“A short journey into the land of better understanding”

Franz Marc Museum, Kochel am See

25 February - 10 June 2018

Fondazione Braglia is pleased to announce its latest collaboration with the Franz Marc Museum in Kochel am See, where until June 10 it will be possible to see the exhibition dedicated to Paul Klee's landscapes, including thirteen of the artist's works from Fondazione Braglia's collection.

Il Paradiso di Cuno Amiet

Museo d'arte Mendrisio

22 October 2017 - 28 January 2018

The Fondazione Gabriele e Anna Braglia participates with the loan of August Macke ‘Badende mit Lebensbäumen' (Bathers with Trees of Life) an oil on canvas dated 1910 (46 x 38 cm) and with ‘Bauernhof bei Murnau‘ (Farm near Murnau) by Gabriele Münter, an oil on cardboard dated 1911 (32.9 x 44.7 cm).

The "Blue Land" and the Noise of the City
The Fondazione Braglia in the Franz Marc Museum

30 April – 3 October 2017

The Braglia Collection is an Swiss private collection of German Expressionist art that has been assembled since the 1980s and was incorporated in a foundation a few years ago. The collection – that has only been accessible to the general public for a short time since the opening of the foundation’s museum space in Lugano in 2015 – will be exhibited for six months in the Franz Marc Museum during the summer of 2017.

The exhibition is to be seen as a dialogue between the collection of the Franz Marc Museum and the works of the Braglia Foundation and will be complemented by literary texts from the first half of the 20th century. This interplay will expand the view of German Expressionism that, through its reception especially after World War II, has often been restricted to expressiveness, intense colours and innovative power, whereas the "darker", hidden side of this period in art has been neglected.

 

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