A Guided Visit to the Exhibition
Saturday, December 8, 2018
The exhibition ‘Berlin 1912-1932’ focuses on politicized art and the urban challenges of the modern but war-scarred metropolis between 1912 and 1932. With a Belgian view of the German art scene in mind, it pays special attention to an everyday reality that was marked by crisis and utopia, ravage and euphoria, misery and decadence.
Known as the ‘Golden twenties’, this gripping era comes alive again through more than 200 major artworks by Otto Dix, Raoul Hausmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Kazimir Malevich, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Max Beckmann, George Grosz, Hannah Höch…
Discover an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, films and architecture, and experience one of the most fascinating chapters of our history.
Our guide will once again be the excellent Lieve De Jonghe.
Please note that this visit is limited to 20 people.
Date: Saturday, December 8, 2018.
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Place: Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Place Royale 3, 1000 Brussels
Public transport: Metro: Gare Centrale/Centraal Station or Parc/Park; buses 27, 38 and 71: Royale; trams 92, 93: Royale
Price: €20 for ACB/AWCB/CCB members; Non-members: €25
Reservations are due by Wednesday, December 5 at:
Payment in advance to ACB account BE55427919588144 (KREDBEBB). Please mention “Berlin” in the reference section of the bank transfer. Online payment with a credit card is also possible (through PayPal, but no actual PayPal account is required); pay when registering or use the link provided in the invoice.
Cancellations are possible until noon on Wednesday, December 5. Participants canceling after this time, as well as no-shows, are charged the full cost of the event.