With “Mural” Jackson Pollock made art history. Now, an exhibition at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle sheds light on the painting’s genesis and its influence on American painting. Yet Pollock wasn’t only interested in representing dynamism. His paintings were as he sais about “expressing his feelings” and his “inner world.”
Judge for yourself and marvel at the gand scale painting along with more than 40 works by his contemporaries.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
Following the premiere at the Singapore Art Museum and a stint at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai, the exhibition “Time Present – Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection” is now on view at the Hara Museum in Tokyo. With around 60 works, “Time Present” shows the broad spectrum of international contemporary photography that Deutsche Bank has collected over three decades.
In four sections, “Time Present” unites works that document the development of the collection and at the same time address fundamental issues of the medium.
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Let the Music Play! Why do art and music love each other? Xaviera Simmons, René Block & Wolfgang Müller about the Sound from Berlin. How Jackson Pollock’s “Mural” revolutionized art with dynamism and how sounds inspire.
Also featured in this ninth print issue: Find answers to this and other questions around the International Pop exhibition in the Dallas Museum of Art.
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