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Jörg Maaß Kunsthandel

Berlin, DE

Since 1987 we have specialized in German Art of the early 20th century. Our main focus is works on paper by internationally known artists from the Brücke movement to New Objectivity.

Another aspect of our gallery program is Modern Photography ranging from renowned avant-garde artists to Post-War American photographers and selected contemporaries.

In addition to solo and thematic exhibitions of the above mentioned categories, we also feature contemporary art in our gallery.

We are a member of many of the most important art dealer organizations such as Tefaf, IFPDA and AIPAD, as well as the BVDG. We have also exhibited at Art Basel since 2005.

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Conrad Felixmüller, Im Cabaret

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"The Expressionists‘ study of expressive movement was closely related to contemporary experiments in modern dance. In many artists‘ work , perhaps most emphatically that of Emil Nolde, dance was represented as the paradigmatic expression of spontaneous passion and vitality. Nolde had become friendly with several renowned avant-garde dancers, including Mary Wigman, who pioneered a form of modern dance involving elemental poses and free movements, which she often performed without music or accompanied only by drumbeat. Such experiments represented a stark departure from the graceful feminity of the more traditional dance routines that were fashionable with the German bourgeoisie."


Expressionism. The Graphic Impulse. Exh.-catalogue ,The Museum of Modern Art, 2011, p. 106

Conrad Felixmüller

Im Cabaret (Selbst mit Ernst Buchholz)

1921

650 x 520 mm

Color lithograph

30 impressions

Max Beckmann

"Niggertanz"

1921

525 x 380 mm

Drypoint

125 impressions

Emil Nolde

Der Tod als Tänzerin

1918

602 x 457 mm

Line and tonal etching

Max Beckmann, Nackttanz

Max Beckmann, Der Vorhang hebt sich

Max Beckmann

Varieté

1924

403 x 204 mm

Drypoint

Proof impression

50 impressions

Max Beckmann

Der Vorhang hebt sich

1923

578 x 455 mm

Drypoint

60 impressions

Max Beckmann, Nackttanz

Jörg Maaß Kunsthandel

Berlin, DE

+49 30 211 5461