More than 230 works by Ernst Barlach (1870-1938), from pencil sketches to life-size sculptures, can be seen in his training venue in Dresden until January 2021. This is the first major retrospective since decades, said Karsten Müller, director of the Ernst Barlach Haus Hamburg – one of the show’s cooperation partners – on the Friday before the opening of the Albertinum. The occasion is the 150th birthday of one of the most important sculptors and graphic designers of the 20th century, who was also a multimedia artist, as Hilke Wagner, director of Albertinum added. The focus is on 25 of the wooden sculptures from the Hamburg inventory, to which he owes his importance as a sculptor. For one of them, it’s a comeback after 83 years: “Frierendes Mädchen” was confiscated from the Dresden collection in 1937 by the Nazis as “degenerate”.
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