Exposition d'art : Russian Avant-Garde at the Museum Ludwig: Original and Fake. Questions, Research, Explanations - Various Artist

Exposition d'art : Russian Avant-Garde at the Museum Ludwig: Original and Fake. Questions, Research, Explanations - Various Artist
Natalja Gontscharowa The Orange Vendor, 1916 Oil on canvas 131 x 97 cm Museum Ludwig, Köln © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020 Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln / Russian Avantgarde Research Project

Russian Avant-Garde at the Museum Ludwig: Original and Fake. Questions, Research, Explanations

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Samedi, 26 Septembre, 2020 - Dimanche, 3 Janvier, 2021

After a long period in which the subject was taboo, an increasing number of museums are opening up to a transparent accounting of counterfeit works, exchanging insights, and, if necessary, deciding to write off works from their collections. With a studio exhibition on the Russian avant-garde, the Museum Ludwig is asking questions about the authenticity of works in its collection. Thanks to Peter and Irene Ludwig, in addition to Pop Art and Picasso, the Russian avant-garde is one of the focuses of the museum’s collection, with more than 600 works from the period between 1905 and 1930, including some 100 paintings.

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Museum Ludwig
Heinrich-Böll-Platz
50667 Köln
Germany
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