Unknown rarities in Reinickendorf
The collection of the Museum Reinickendorf, which has steadily expanded and includes her handicraft works and her own collected rarities, documents important areas of her life and invites the reader to get to know the artist Hannah Höch in a completely new way.
Hannah Höch is best known as a representative of the Dada movement of the 1910s and 1920s. This book shows a different, more private Hannah Höch: landscapes, portraits, and plant pieces, works created during her travels that provide insights into her friendships and personal relationships.
Cornelia Gerner, who holds a doctorate in art history, will introduce the new book and the collection in a lecture. Dr. Christoph Pewesin, who lived with his family in her house after Hannah Höch's death, talks about his first impressions of the house and garden. Musician Bardo Henning will accompany the evening with Dadaist accordion sounds.
Participation is free of charge.
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The book presentation is also the prelude to a small series of special events on the artist Hannah Höch.
Here is a preview:
Hannah Höch - An Artist at Ullstein, lecture by Dr. Eckhard Fürlus on Oct. 17, 2023 at 6 p.m
Lady Dada. Essays on the image(er)finder Hannah Höch. Reading by Natias Neutert on 21.11.2023 at 6 p.m
Location: Hannah Höch Room in the Museum Reinickendorf,Alt-Hermsdorf 35, 13467 BerlinTranslated with DeepL
Meeting point: Museum Reinickendorf, Alt-Hermsdorf 35, 13467 Berlin
Price info: Admission is free of charge.
Booking: Timely registration is required at email@example.com or 030 90294 6460