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Series

Prints from Warhol to Wool

Andy Warhol established the serial repetition of images as his signature feature. From the mid- 60s, pop art, Fluxus, minimalism and conceptual art had turned printed graphic into one of the most important artistic media. New techniques such as screenprinting and offset, employed with aggressive colouring and striking subjects, not only paved the way for high print runs, but also brought artists like Richard Hamilton, Robert Rauschenberg or Andy Warhol, in the production of their media-critical work, to experiment with techniques that were even used in advertising campaigns. In Germany, it was primarily artists like Konrad Lueg, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Wolf Vostell or Klaus Staeck who, as exponents of capitalist realism, made use of graphic printing as a media for social criticism. The show illustrates the visual and political explosive force of graphic series.

Supported by: Freunde der Kunsthalle e. V. 

 

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Walter Gramatté and Hamburg

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DE CHIRICO

Magical Reality
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Raphael

in the Collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle
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TOYEN

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From Menzel to Monet

The Wolffson Collection in Hamburg
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Class Society

The Dutch Golden Age
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