Polish Museum has brought avant-garde works to Germany

Museum Sztuki in Lodz, Poland, brought to Germany an exposition «Avant-garde Era». It was opened on June in the Sprengel Museum in Hanover.

The avant-garde art closely connected the two museums. Museum in Lodz is the first East European Museum permanently demonstrating avant-garde art excluding so-called «Abstract Cabinet» placed in the Sprengel Museum.

The Polish Museum titled «City Museum of History and Art»was opened in 1930. Nowadays it possesses works by surrealist Max Ernst, dadaist Hans Arp, Sonia Delauney, Serge Sharshun, Fernand Leger, and polish avant-garde artists.

The Hanover exhibition is on view until September 17.

Sprengel Museum
Kurt-Schwitters-Platz, D-30169 Hannover
TЕМ.: +49 (511) 16 84 3875

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