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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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Jörg Maass Kunsthandel

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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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Gerhard Hoehme, 02/H/SO

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As one of the leading galleries for German Expressionist prints, the Berlin based Jörg Maass Kunsthandel presents a view on German printmaking in the 20th Century with a focus on the first decades comparing to examples after WW II.
The exhibition shows the wide diversity of German printmaking but also the continuity in German artistic tradition.
At the beginning of last century the members of the Brücke – group (1905-1913) became particularly interested in the graphic medium and took up etching and lithography in addition to woodcut and they devised for themselves a range of techniques and styles of unprecedentes originality and remarkable ambition.
In 1913 the Brücke finally broke up – only one year before the outbreak of WWI, which marks the first cesura in German history and artistic tradition in the 20th century.
Otto Dix and Max Beckmann became dominat figures after WWI. Beckmann has his own language between Expressionism and Neue Sachlichkeit, Otto Dix became the primary representative of Neue Sachlichkeit.
In parallel the Bauhaus was founded in 1919 which became the domain of Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky and Lothar Schreyer and which was the turning point towards abstraction - also in printmaking.
Post-war artists like Willy Baumeister and Gerhard Hoehme picked up these pre-war traditions in the 1950’s and created their own abstract artistic language.

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German Printmaking. From Brücke to Gerhard Richter

Emil Nolde

Fischdampfer

1910

348 x 462 mm

Woodcut

Rare, only 11 impressions have been printed of this final state

$75,000

Otto Dix

Leonie

1923

598 x 645 mm

Color lithograph

Ed. 22/65. One of the artist's major prints and an icon of German printmaking

$65,000

Bernard Schultze

Jungle

1953

745 x 480 mm

Lithograph, overprinted in the manner of a monotype

Scarce

$5,500

Gerhard Hoehme

02/H/SO

1963

695 x 535 mm

Color etching

Proof impression aside the edition

$2,800

Otto Dix, Leonie

Gerhard Richter

Neun Objekte

1969

450 x 450 mm

Portfolio with 9 offset lithographs

Aside the numbered edition of 80

$36,000

Emil Nolde, Boote

Emil Nolde

Fischdampfer

348 x 462 mm

Woodcut

Rare, only 11 impressions have been printed of this final state

$75,000

Otto Dix

Leonie

598 x 645 mm

Color lithograph

Ed. 22/65. One of the artist's major prints and an icon of German printmaking

$65,000

Bernard Schultze

Jungle

745 x 480 mm

Lithograph, overprinted in the manner of a monotype

Scarce

$5,500

Gerhard Hoehme

02/H/SO

695 x 535 mm

Color etching

Proof impression aside the edition

$2,800

Gerhard Richter

Neun Objekte

450 x 450 mm

Portfolio with 9 offset lithographs

Aside the numbered edition of 80

$36,000