A lecture by Dr. Eckhard Fürlus
Hannah Höch - An Artist at Ullstein - A Lecture by Dr. Eckhard Fürlus. Welcome by Dr. Sabine Ziegenrücker
From January 1, 1916 to September 30, 1926, Hannah Höch was an employee of Ullstein A.G.; this period marks the beginning and the end of Dadaism. Hannah Höch belonged to the Berlin Dada movement and was the only woman to participate in the first Dada exhibition in Berlin and the "First International Dada Fair." Many of the works and designs created during this period were inspired by her editorial work at Ullstein A.G. In their innovation, uncompromisingness and radicalism, they are among the artist's most artistically significant and politically important works.
Eckhard Fürlus is editor of the online magazine Tuxamoon. in 2011, he received his PhD from Freie Universität Berlin with a thesis on Hugo Ball. His publications include texts and lectures on the visual arts, literature, and music.
(Program in German)
Meeting point: Museum Reinickendorf, Alt-Hermsdorf 35, 13467 Berlin
Booking: The event is free of charge.
Since the number of participants is limited, we ask for timely registration.
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