A visit to the Schirn
to view works by the “Entartete” Artists who remained in Germany during the third Reich.
14 individual case studies and about 140 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and photographs shed light on the diversity of art that existed outside of the official regime, but remained without any audience.
Even if you are not a fan of Dadaism or German Expressionism, their survival stories make this a worthwhile visit.
Followed by lunch.
Tickets cost €12. Entrance is free to MuseumsuferCard holders.
Meet on Sunday 29th May at 11 a.m. in the Schirn foyer.