Paul Kother (1878 – 1963) – Melancholischer Expressionismus
20 October – 6 January 2019
With a retrospective, the painter Paul Kother from Weimar – an artist of the so-called “lost generation” – is rescued from oblivion and is presented as a rediscovered master of German Expressionism. At Gallery Crown Prince, there will be shown particularly chosen highlights from the estate of the artist and private collections: The artist’s major drawings and prints from the years 1900 to 1935 can be seen here in public for the first time.
This exhibition has been co-organized by Kulturamt Spandau, Museum Heylshof, Worms and Overbeck-Museum, Bremen. A publication is in planning.
In cooperation with Sabatier Galerie & Kunsthandel, Verden (Aller)
ill.: Paul Kother, Bajazzo, Öl auf Leinwand, 78 x 65 cm, um 1919