The cold eye - Germany in the 1920s | Exhibition at Louisiana
Experience a unique German exhibition on Louisiana that takes you back to the 1920s. The center of the exhibition is the explosive German art and there cultural life of the past.
What can you experience?
A journey back to the roaring and explosive German art and cultural life of the 1920s. At the center is the significant movement of the period "Neue Sachlichkeit," whose sober realism ranges from the coarse and satirical to the razor-sharp. The exhibition will include the photographer August Sander and his ground-breaking "group portrait" of modern man.
The history behind the exhibition
After the First World War, German society during the Weimar Republic (1918-1933) lived through some years of deep poverty and political unrest, with a short-term flourishing of democracy and a strong culture of freedom. The period, which ends abruptly with the Nazi takeover of power in 1933, is characterized by both euphoric creation and a strong sense of impending dissolution. A "fragile" condition manifests and is reflected in a rich and varied cultural life.
- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
- Address: Gammel Strandvej 13, 3050 Humlebæk
- Opening hours: Louisiana opening hours
- Entré: Buy tickets
- Train: 6 trains per hour betwenn Copenhagen-Helsingør. www.rejseplanen.dk. There is 900 meters from Humlebæk St. to Louisiana.
- Buss: 388 from Lyngby and Helsingør. www.moviatrafik.dk
- Parking: There is a parking lot with disapled parking next to the museum.
- Read more: read more about the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.