The exhibition Georg Baselitz: A Visit to Ernst Ludwig brings together paintings, sculptures and drawings from different creative periods from 1980 to the present day.The starting point is formed by central works from the early 1980s, such as The Family (1980), Lovers (1984), Dinner in Dresden and its remix version The Bridge Ghost's Supper (2006), and the parallel series of pen-and-ink drawings of heads (Brücke artists), boots/shoes and variations on the hand of Sylvia von Harden, which Baselitz borrowed from the famous painting by Otto Dix. Georg Baselitz took up the theme of the family once again in 2011 in several large-format paintings, and in 2012 he painted several double portraits of Edvard Munch, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Erich Heckel from negatives, reconnecting to the spirit of the Brücke. The exhibition will also show the monumental sculpture Sing Sang Zero (2011) and its accompanying drawings. In 2005 Georg Baselitz made the decision to create new and different versions of paintings he had created decades before. Prior to this he had developed cycles of souvenir pictures after old family photographs and his own childhood drawings. Apart from the 'Russian paintings', which paraphrase icons of socialist realism, Baselitz now created paintings and drawings, described as remixes, as the result of a retrospective examination of his own work. He operates with great lightness and clear colours on white canvases; the fresh, swiftly worked remix images have the impression of ironic gestures of recollection, and reveal an exceedingly lively artist in the process of wresting intriguing and inspiring compositions from his previous work.
Ruth et Onorio PetraliaArlette DarbellayJocelyne Caccamo-HaldiHolzartBékébéDélia Zimmermann
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