Frauenportrait, Tuschezeichnung auf Papier
© Marlene Dumas, Repro: Peter Cox, Eindhoven

Marlene Dumas. Hope and Fear

The Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden presents a special selection of 50 works on paper by Marlene Dumas, parallel to the exhibition, Käthe Kollwitz in Dresden.

  • Laufzeit 19/10/2017 - 14/01/2018
  • Opening Hours daily 10-18 o'clock , Tuesday  closed
  • Admission Fees normal 6 €, reduced 4,50 €, under 17 free, groups (10 persons and more) 5,50 € / Combined ticket (Albertinum & Kupferstich-Kabinett) 13 €

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Born in 1953 in Cape Town, South Africa, Marlene Dumas has been living and working in Amsterdam for over 40 years and must be counted among the most important contemporary artists.

Frauenportrait, Tuschezeichnung auf Papier
© Marlene Dumas, Repro: Peter Cox, Eindhoven
Marlene Dumas, Rejects, seit 1994 fortlaufende Serie lavierte Tusche und Mischtechnik auf Papier

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In her work, which places ink wash and watercolor drawing on the same artistic level as painting, she compresses such existential, human coordinates such as love, death, power and  powerlessness into pictures that are always striking and ambivalent. The drawings are loosely based on photographic sources and attain a strong subjectivity as well as universal validity, which
is indeed comparable to the humanistic stance of Kollwitz.

Tuschezeichnung vom Kopf eines Mannes
© Marlene Dumas, Repro: Peter Cox, Eindhoven
Marlene Dumas, Jesus Grizzly, 1994 Tusche und Acryl auf Papier, 1 von 8 Zeichnungen, De Pont Museum Tilburg, Niederlande, Dauerleihgabe

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The Albertinum presents "Marlene Dumas. Skulls" parallel to this exhibition.

Marlene Dumas. Skulls.

 

 

Collage aus verschiedenen, gemalten Totenköpfen
© Marlene Dumas, Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York
Marlene Dumas, Skulls, 2011-2015 Oil on canvas

[Translate to English:] Weitere Ausstellungen

Further Exhibitions
19.10.2017  - 14.01.2018

Marlene Dumas. Skulls

im Albertinum

Collage aus verschiedenen, gemalten Totenköpfen
19.10.2017  - 14.01.2018

Käthe Kollwitz in Dresden

im Residenzschloss

Selbstportrait von Käthe Kollwitz

Kunstgewerbemuseum

im Schloss Pillnitz

gelber Kasten mit vier Füßen
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