samedi 17 mars 2018

Vienne vers 1900. Klimt - Moser - Gerstl - Kokoschka


KOLOMAN MOSER, Lovers, c. 1914 © Leopold, Private Collection, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna

La confrontation de deux maîtres du Jungendstil viennois et de deux proto-expressionnistes, ils sont donc quatre à se partager les cimaises de l'exposition du Leopold Museum à Vienne jusqu'au 10 juin 2018
Vienne vers 1900. Klimt - Moser - Gerstl - Kokoschka




GUSTAV KLIMT, Death and Life, 1910/11, reworked 1915/16 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

GUSTAV KLIMT, On Lake Attersee, 1900 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

Gustav Klimt, Approaching Thunderstorm (The Large Poplar ll), 1903 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

GUSTAV KLIMT, A Morning by the Pond, 1899 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

GUSTAV KLIMT, Sitting Nude Man Turned to the Right, 1883 © Private collection, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna

GUSTAV KLIMT, Seated Young Girl, c. 1894 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Spring, c. 1913 © Leopold, Private Collection, Foto: Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Inlaid Wardrobe from the Bedroom of the Eisler von Terramare Apartment, 1903 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Poster for the XIII. Secession Exhibition, 1902 © Leopold, Private Collection, Foto: Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Marigolds, 1909 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Semmering Landscape at Sunset, 1913 © Leopold, Private Collection, Foto: Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, Venus in the Grotto, c. 1914 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, The Lovepotion (Tristan and Isolde), 1913/1915 © Leopold, Private Collection, Foto: Leopold Museum, Vienna

KOLOMAN MOSER, “The Hiker”, c. 1914 © Leopold, Private Collection, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna

OSKAR KOKOSCHKA, Annexation – Alice in Wonderland, 1942 © Wiener Städtische Versicherung AG - Vienna Insurance Group © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/Bildrecht Wien, 2018, Photo: Wiener Städtische Versicherung

OSKAR KOKOSCHKA, The Lace Maker, 1933 © Leopold Museum, Vienna © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/Bildrecht Wien, 2018

Oskar Kokoschka, Fortuna, 1915 © Private collection © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/Bildrecht, Wien 2018

OSKAR KOKOSCHKA, Self-Portrait at the Easel, 1922 © Leopold, Private Collection, © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/Bildrecht Wien, 2018

OSKAR KOKOSCHKA, Self-Portrait, One Hand Touching the Face, 1918/19 © Leopold Museum, Vienna | Photo: Leopold Museum, Wien © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka © Bildrecht, Wien, 2017

Oskar Kokoschka, The Croci - Dolomite Landscape, 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

RICHARD GERSTL, Portrait of Henryka Cohn, 1908 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

RICHARD GERSTL, Couple in the Countryside, 1908 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

RICHARD GERSTL, Nude Self-Portrait, 1908 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

Richard Gerstl, Semi-Nude Self-Portrait, 1904/05 © Leopold Museum, Wien

RICHARD GERSTL, Smaragda Berg, 1906/07 © Private collection, permanent loan in the Leopold Museum, Vienna, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna

RICHARD GERSTL, Lakeside Road near Gmunden, 1907 © Leopold Museum, Vienna
The Leopold Museum is home to the largest and most eminent collection of works by Egon Schiele as well as to an equally unparalleled compilation of masterpieces from Viennese art around 1900.
Celebrating the anniversary year on the theme of Viennese Modernism, the museum will present select works by the main exponents of Viennese Jugendstil Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) and Koloman Moser (1868–1918) as well as by the ground-breaking Expressionists Richard Gerstl (1883–1908) and Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980) from January 2018 in a completely new juxtaposition.
The exhibition will feature chief works by Gustav Klimt, including Death and Life (1911/15) and the 1900 lakescape On Lake Attersee, as well as Kolo Moser’s paintings, such as Venus in the Grotto (1914). The presentation will also showcase outstanding examples of design around 1900, including furniture, artisan craftwork and posters, created by the “artist of a thousand talents” and co-founder of the Wiener Werkstätte. Following successful exhibitions at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt and the Neue Galerie in New York, the radical works by the proto-Expressionist Richard Gerstl will be shown once again at the Leopold Museum, which is home to the most comprehensive Gerstl collection. Among the works presented by Gerstl will be two icons of Viennese Modernism, his two large-scale self-portraits. Oskar Kokoschka, the enfant terrible of the Viennese art scene of the early 20th century, will also be in the spotlight of this presentation with extraordinary paintings, first and foremost his pioneering work Self-Portrait, One Hand Touching the Face from 1918/19, which is both an expression of the artist’s self-questioning and doubts as well as a symbol for Austrian art embarking on a new era.

Vienne vers 1900. Klimt - Moser - Gerstl - Kokoschka

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