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@aso.rahimzadegan

Part 3: (post) Modern Art A journey through the history of art in Europe. How fascinating it is to the shift in trends through history. This museum is established more than 150 years ago 😮. #art #museum #hamburgerkunsthalle #painting #hamburg #kunst #classicart #classic #europe #modern #modernart #postmodernart at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@aso.rahimzadegan

Part 2: The transition A journey through the history of art in Europe. How fascinating it is to the shift in trends through history. This museum is established more than 150 years ago 😮. #art #museum #hamburgerkunsthalle #painting #hamburg #kunst #classicart #classic #europe at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@aso.rahimzadegan

Part 1: Classic Art A journey through the history of art in Europe. How fascinating it is to the shift in trends through history. This museum, Hamburger Kunsthalle, is established more than 150 years ago 😮. #art #museum #hamburgerkunsthalle #painting #hamburg #kunst #classicart #classic #europe at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@modernart_expo

at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@beyokesnce

Philippe Vandenburg believed in the principle of Kamikaze. This meant creative destruction. He believed that destroying or distorting previous works enabled him to create something new. . . . #kamikaze #philippevandenberg #hamburgerkunsthalle #art #artgallery #travelmore #travelbug #travellife #wanderlust #artist #hamburg #germany #creative #creativedestruction #creativeprocess

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”. at London, United Kingdom

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@dielacht

at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”. at London, United Kingdom

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@hannamcavoy

. Going to see art. Alone. Perfect. 🙏🏻 #hamburgerkunsthalle #mbsr at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”. at London, United Kingdom

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

Did you know that Hamburg used to be a hotspot of experimental film in the 1960s for a little while? Around the turn of the years 1967/68, some young film enthusiasts came together at Brüderstraße in Hamburg to establish ›Another Cinema‹ with independent forms of production and distribution following the example of the US film-maker coop. In the context of the exhibition »The Video Is the Message« we are having a film night and talks dedicated to the film-maker cooperative, which was founded 50 years ago, on Thursday 20 December, 6:30 p.m. For information on the detailed programme please have a look at our homepage! https://www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de/die-hamburger-filmmacher-cooperative-der-hamburger- kunsthalle © Bernard Larsson, 1967 . #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunsthalleHH #thevideoisthemessage #independentfilm #film #cinema #kunstmeilehamburg #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”. at London, United Kingdom

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@epuntigamernesta

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@womenworkinginsculpture

#Repost @frieze_magazine with @get_repost ・・・ The textile sculptures by Annette Streyl use architectural models as a starting point. By reducing the size of existing buildings to 1:1000, the artist takes away the monumentality, for example of the Reichstag and other landmarks of German politics and history. This series is part of the group show ‘bouncing in the corner-surveying space’ @hamburger.kunsthalle, which explores our notion of space. On view until January 13. #hamburgerkunsthalle #annettestreyl #bouncinginthecorner #hamburg

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@ginatandberg

Death over patience (see what I did there?) #vandenberg #philippevandenberg #hamburgerkunsthalle #hamburg #altstadt #visithamburg #impatient

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@openfilesproject

Bruce Nauman. Wall/Floor positions, 1968. In the exhibition “The video is the message”, at Hamburger Kunsthalle. #hamburgerkunsthalle #hamburg #deutschland #gegewartskunst #kunstdergegenwart #contemporaryart #conceptualart #artecontemporaneo #artcontemporain #artecontemporanea at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@openfilesproject

Reiner Ruthenbeck. In the foreground: Aschehaufen VI, 1968-71; in the background: Hängematte, 1969. At Hamburger Kunsthalle Collection. #hamburgerkunsthalle #hamburg #deutschland #gegewartskunst #kunstdergegenwart #contemporaryart #conceptualart #artecontemporaneo #artcontemporain #artecontemporanea at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@deliakeller

Wochenende in Hamburg: Tagung der Deutschen Fotografischen Akademie • Ausstellung Deichtorhallen / Museum für Fotografie: Michael Wolf • Ausstellung „Kamikaze“ von Philippe Vandenberg Hamburger Kunsthalle • • • #deutschefotografischeakademie #dfa #deichtorhallenhamburg #museumfuerfotografie #michaelwolf #hamburgerkunsthalle #kamikaze #philippevandenberg #visithamburg #visitingfriends #timeforculture #deliakeller #gestaltungberlin

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”.

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”.

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@steelwonder.de

Unsere Hamburger Skyline in 200cm Anthrazit gibt es bei uns im Shop für 349€ zu kaufen.

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

WINDOW #9 OF OUR ADVENT CALENDAR For the second Sunday in Advent, our calender is giving us an image of Constantin Brancusi’s »The Kiss (Le Baiser)«. »The Kiss« is Brancusi’s first abstract sculpture: A woman and a man hold each other in close and tender embrace. Their inseparable unity was inscribed into a compact block in sparse, directly carved details. Though Brancusi, a Romanian living in Paris, still referred to Auguste Rodin in theme and title, he broke new ground with formal reduction, and blended influences from Romanian folklore, antique and African objects and Cubism. Working in series, Brancusi also created several versions of The Kiss: around 1910 for the tomb of a Russian anarchist on Montparnasse cemetery and in 1938 in the Gate of the Kiss as a part of the monumental war memorial in the Romanian town of Târgu Jiu. It was not so much to erotic love that Brancusi related his image of unification, but rather to the ideals of equality and humanity. While he executed other plasters in wood or polished bronze, for »The Kiss« he kept to roughly carved stone. The resulting archaic appeal was indeed best suited to the universal significance he strived for in this work. . Constantin Brancusi, »The Kiss (Le Baiser)«, 1907/08, © Hamburger Kunsthalle / bpk© VG Bild- Kunst, Bonn 2018, Foto: Elke Walford . #hamburgerkunsthalle #KunsthalleHH #kunstmeilehamburg #constantinbrancusi #brancusi #adventcalendar #Adventskalender #art #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@rexremington_artist

“The whispering angel with the red lips without reception” found a new home in London. From my “Offline” series. at London, United Kingdom

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@danielmarzona

at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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@schultrainer.de

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

The title of Philippe Vandenberg's painting »Aimer c’est flageller« alludes to the mediaeval brotherhood of flagellants which spread throughout Europe as a devout movement and took to the streets in processions, with its members publicly whipping themselves. The detail of the hoods gives the image a current political statement as they are reminiscent of the masks worn by the Ku Klux Klan, which cites Christian values to justify acts of violence toward minorities and people who think differently. Vandenberg draws our attention to the ambivalence so clearly present in the stance taken by religious associations and their fanatical acts. . Philippe Vandenberg (1952–2009), »Aimer c'est flageller II« (To Love is to Flagellate II), 1981–1998, © The Estate of Philippe Vandenberg / Courtesy Hauser & Wirth . #philippevandenberg #kamikaze #philippevandenbergfoundation #painting #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@scottkraenz1966

#Repost @hamburger.kunsthalle ・・・ WINDOW #6 OF OUR ADVENT CALENDAR It’s Saint Nicholas Day today and our Advent calendar gives us one of our favourite works of art: Caspar David Friedrich’s »The Wanderer above a Sea of Fog« The painting is rather unusual for Friedrich’s oeuvre: it’s one of the few images he executed in vertical format and he rarely placed such a large solitary figure so prominently at the center of a composition. While the history of the painting’s reception attests to how viewers even up to the present have identified with the figure of the wanderer, Friedrich’s primary intention was probably not to inspire this feeling of empathy. He shows the figure entirely from the back, standing in a spot that is not readily accessible for us. What exactly the wanderer is looking at likewise remains a mystery. Instead of enjoying a wide-open majestic mountain vista, we gaze at the back of an unknown observer. Friedrich’s wanderer therefore invites us above all to reflect on what it means to contemplate the world around us. . Caspar David Friedrich, »Wanderer above a Sea of Fog«, c. 1817, © SHK/Hamburger Kunsthalle/ Foto: Elke Walford . #Nikolaustag #stnicholasday #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #caspardavidfriedrich #wandererüberdemnebelmeer #wandererabovetheseaoffog #adventcalendar #Adventskalender #art #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

WINDOW #7 OF OUR ADVENT CALENDAR ...revealed Goya’s »Couple with Parasol«! This drawing comes from Album B, the so-called Madrid Album. Goya dealt in several of its images with relations between the sexes and their complex connotations. Here, the man appears to be admonishing the woman in the middle ground to remain silent by gesturing with his outstretched right hand, giving reason to interpret the ‘shadow woman’ in the background as a procurer. Supporting this reading, the splendidly dressed ‘Maja’ figure holds her right hand before her lap in a protective gesture that also draws attention to the area. The couple, delineated with strong brushstrokes that particularly emphasize the woman’s elaborate hairstyle and fine clothing, are the dominant figures, even without the parasol, while the others are indicated with just a few scant brushstrokes in translucent wash. . Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, »Couple with Parasol«, 1797/98, © Hamburger Kunsthalle / bpk photo: Christoph Irrgang . #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #Goya #adventcalendar #Adventskalender #art #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@callages

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@epuntigamernesta

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

Have you already seen our new posters? Do they not blend in well with the turquoise of the Hamburg underground station Schlump? Come by to celebrate with us tonight! The opening of the exhibition Heinrich Reinhold. Tracing the Landscape begins at 7 p.m., free admission! We are looking forward to seeing you here! . Heinrich Reinhold counts among the foremost German landscape painters of the nineteenth century, one who set in motion with his work a sea change in the way his contemporaries looked at the landscape. Based on around 120 works, the exhibition traces all phases of Reinhold’s career. . #heinrichreinhold #tracingthelandscape #exhibitionopening #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #klassikstiftungweimar #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@emily.carey.904

Santa feeling pensive now.... in a reprise of 1818 painting by Caspar David Freidrich, "Wonderer Above the Sea of Fog"....thanks to @dailyart_official for this image. Other images of Santa inserted into classic works of art have been posted here in December.... #artparody #parodyart #santa #caspardavidfriedrich #recycledart #santaclassics #repurposedart #upcycledart #wondering #pensive #alone #mountaintop #fog #seaoffog #wondererabovetheseaoffog #precipice #outcropping #santainarthistory #santainart #reprise

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@rexremington_artist

From my “Offline” series which will be shown in my book with the title: “The girl without reception”. Title: ”Voices from another dimension without reception”. 90x90 cm. Acryl on canvas.

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

WINDOW #6 OF OUR ADVENT CALENDAR It’s Saint Nicholas Day today and our Advent calendar gives us one of our favourite works of art: Caspar David Friedrich’s »The Wanderer above a Sea of Fog« The painting is rather unusual for Friedrich’s oeuvre: it’s one of the few images he executed in vertical format and he rarely placed such a large solitary figure so prominently at the center of a composition. While the history of the painting’s reception attests to how viewers even up to the present have identified with the figure of the wanderer, Friedrich’s primary intention was probably not to inspire this feeling of empathy. He shows the figure entirely from the back, standing in a spot that is not readily accessible for us. What exactly the wanderer is looking at likewise remains a mystery. Instead of enjoying a wide-open majestic mountain vista, we gaze at the back of an unknown observer. Friedrich’s wanderer therefore invites us above all to reflect on what it means to contemplate the world around us. . Caspar David Friedrich, »Wanderer above a Sea of Fog«, c. 1817, © SHK/Hamburger Kunsthalle/ Foto: Elke Walford . #Nikolaustag #stnicholasday #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #caspardavidfriedrich #wandererüberdemnebelmeer #wandererabovetheseaoffog #adventcalendar #Adventskalender #art #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@malleevis

at Rathaus Scharnebeck

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@fmitrovic

Soundtracks for Earthlings: Part Nine ...........................................................................................................Music by Filip Mitrovic. Video by Viktor Vokjan. #soundtracksforearthlings #viktorvokjan #streetart #streetartnyc #streetartla #eurorackmodular #guggenheim #moco #mocomuseum #thebroadmuseum #eurorack #filmmusic #bushwick #bushwickart #modularsynth #filmscoring #hamburgerkunsthalle #streetartglobe #boredpanda #powcademy #vdsclair #artinstitute #29rooms #29roomsnyc #gettymuseum #mocamuseum #hauserwirth #thebroad #moma #whitney

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@hamburger.kunsthalle

WINDOW #5 OF OUR ADVENT CALENDAR We are opening window number 5 of our Advent calendar: Bernardo Bellotto, »Veduta Ideale with Palace Staircase« Bellotto, who called himself Canaletto after his uncle and mentor, was fascinated by the interplay of documentary precision and artistic freedom. Here, the splendid palatial architecture is staged like a theatre set. A broad light-flooded staircase leads up to a terrace bounded by a row of columns supporting a gallery with a profuse display of sculptures. The wings on either side of the building are cropped, its colonnades pointing away from the painting. The figures in the scene are arranged like stage characters drawn from all levels of society: a labourer resting on his barrow, two noblemen and two haiduks deep in conversation, a mother with child and a dog in between. The painting’s cast not only highlights the subject’s scale but is also an – interchangeable – sociological indicator of the place. . Bernardo Bellotto, »Veduta Ideale with Palace Staircase«, 1762, © Hamburger Kunsthalle / bpk photo: Elke Walford . #hamburgerkunsthalle #kunstmeilehamburg #bernardobellotto #adventcalendar #Adventskalender #art #welovehh #hamburgahoi

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@artbyarnor

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@rexremington_artist

From my upcoming cultural little love story, “The girl with the thousand hiding places”.

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@kukashkin

Paula Modersohn-Becker. Old Peasant Woman. c. 1903. #modernart #portraitart #hamburg #paulamodersohnbecker #hamburgerkunsthalle #womenartists at Hamburger Kunsthalle

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