• Grisebach. The Journal

     
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  • GRISEBACH

    The Journal

    Fourth edition, autumn 2014

     

    Texts by

    Dietmar Dath, Olga Grjasnowa,
    Byung-Chul Han, Helene Hegemann,

    Florian Illies, Bodo Kirchhoff,

    Martin Mosebach, Christoph NIemann,

    Dirk von Petersdorff, Moritz Rinke

    and Joachim Sartorius, amongst others

    (in German)

     

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  • Moritz Rinke:

    ONE LAST LOOK AT GERMANY

    In the summer of 1937, Max Beckmann painted his final work before he emigrated: an image of the stormy North Sea. Shortly thereafter, the exhibit “Degenerate Art” opened in Munich.  Beckmann packed up his painting and left for Amsterdam. Now, this central work in Beckmann’s biography will be offered at auction for the first time. 

     

    Florian Illies:
    THE PAINTING OVER THE SOFA

    For the first time, an artwork once belonging to Adele Pächter is being restituted to her heirs. 

    The Albertina in Vienna is giving back Adolph Menzel’s fierce study of suits of armor. 

     

    Daniel von Schacky:

    WELCOME TO THE NEW VILLA GRISEBACH!

    At Fasanenstrasse 27 in Berlin, two doors down from the head office, we are creating a new, 400-square-meter home for our flourishing contemporary art department. It will open for the November auction. 

     

    VILLA GRISEBACH IS EXPANDING

    New representative office in Los Angeles