Exhibitions

Forays through the Collection – from Expressionism to Love

Emil Nolde „Wildtanzende Kinder“, 1909, Dauerleihgabe des Kultusministeriums © Nolde Stiftung Seebüll, Foto: Kunsthalle zu Kiel
Emil Nolde „Wildtanzende Kinder“, 1909, Dauerleihgabe des Kultusministeriums © Nolde Stiftung Seebüll, Foto: Kunsthalle zu Kiel

The next annual presentation of our collection reflects a twin focus: firstly, it focuses on the significant expressionist holdings and 19th-century landscape paintings of the Kunsthalle zu Kiel. Secondly, this year’s realigned collection presents selected works in unusual combinations: visual motifs such as the beach, night-time, love, childhood or wildlife form the starting point for a forage through the collection, bringing exciting finds to light. The exhibition is showing around 120 works from the fields of painting, sculpture, printing, photography and video art.

Selection of artists:

Ernst Barlach, Georg Baselitz, Max Beckmann,  Klaus vom Bruch, Johan Christian Clausen Dahl, Lovis Corinth, Miriam Cahn, Harald Duwe, Louis Gurlitt,  Erich Heckel, Karl Hofer, Isaak Lewitan, Markus Lüpertz, Ewald Mataré, Bruce Nauman, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, Sigmar Polke, Franz Radziwill, Ilja Repin, Johann Moritz Rugendas, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Christian Rohlfs, Norbert Schwontkowski, Fritz von Uhde