Retrospective of Emil Nolde
Soon in The Städel Museum in Frankfurt we will be able to see complete exhibition of Emil Nolde’s (1867–1956) german painter and graphic artist. Firstly related with impressionism, after 1908 he converted his style to expressionism and all his later works were created it that spirit. He was a controversial and obsessive anti-Semite and at the beginning of Third Reich he claimed that the german art is superior. Many of his works were removed and destroyed and Nolde himself was banned from painting in 1941. Although he couldn’t paint he was invited to a large amount of shows. In twenty five years there was not an exhibition gathering a retrospective of Nolde’s work. Thanks to recent research, the view of the artist has decisively changed. Numerous unknown paintings and graphic works by Nolde among the approximately 140 works shown will offer new insights into this important expressionist’s production.
Elżbieta Owczarek. Take a pause. Painted with Light.
After seeing Emilia’s Dziubak illustrations you won’t look at insects the same way.
Natura Nihil Frustra Facit. Interview with Elicia Edijanto