Gropius Bau
Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), Crouching Woman. Photo: Albrecht Fuchs © Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland GmbH
Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), Crouching Woman. ca. 1882, Marble, www.lostart.de/521802

Gurlitt: Status Report

An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany

News of the discovery of the so-called ‘Gurlitt cache’ caused an international sensation in November 2013. The 1500 works of art, which the reclusive Cornelius Gurlitt (1932–2014), son of the art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt (1895–1956), had inherited from his father raised suspicions: had they been looted by the Nazis before and during the Second World War? To investigate these suspicions, the German government provided the funding necessary to conduct further research, while Cornelius Gurlitt agreed to restitute any work identified as looted. Thus far, four such works have been returned to the heirs of their rightful owners. Cornelius Gurlitt, who died in May 2014, bequeathed his collection to the Kunstmuseum Bern.

From 14 September 2018 the large scale exhibition Gurlitt: Status Report will be presented at the Gropius Bau. Embedded in a wider historical context, the exhibition is based on the current state of research into the ‘Gurlitt cache’. The exhibition presents a selection of some 250 works, covering a broad spectrum of the history of art, that have been hidden from public view for decades and thematises the provenance of each of the works. Thus, the exhibition sheds light on the complex history of the individual objects and on the fate of the collectors, art dealers and artists – most of them Jewish – who fell victim to the systematic persecution of the Nazi regime.

An exhibition organised by the Bundeskunsthalle and Kunstmuseum Bern.

Public guided tours
Every Wednesday 17:30
Every Sunday 15:00

60 min, 3 € plus admission fee
Admission free up to 16 years of age
In German
No registration

Registered guided tours
60 min, 70 € plus admission fee
Admission free up to 16 years of age
Foreign language fee 10 €
Up to 25 participants

Booking
Museumsdienst Berlin
Tel. 030 24 74 98 88

Tickets & Dates

Gurlitt: Status Report

14 September 2018 to 7 January 2019

Opening Hours:

Wednesday to Monday 10:00–19:00
Tuesday closed


Venue:

Gropius Bau


Admission:

€ 10 / reduced € 6,50
Admission free up to 16 years of age

Groups of more than 5 people € 7,50
School and student groups of more than 5 people € 5

Combined ticket for “Gurlitt: Status Report” and “Lee Bul: Crash” at the ticket desk.

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