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THE MUNICH SECESSION AND AMERICA
The first exhibition in America in 100 years dedicated to the renowned Munich Secession will be presented at the Frye in January 2009. Radically changing the manner in which artworks were presented in exhibitions, the Munich Secession (and subsequent Vienna and Berlin Secessions) laid the foundation for the emergence of divergent forms of Modernism in twentieth-century art, from Abstraction to Realism.
Drawing on extensive holdings of the Frye as well as major loans from European museums, this exhibition will represent two generations of artists: Secessionists such as Franz von Stuck, Fritz von Uhde, Ludwig Dill, and Hugo Haberman; and those artists who preceded them, such as Franz Lenbach and Friederich von Kaulbach, illustrating the diversity of avant-garde techniques and philosophies that encompassed the Munich Secession.
This exhibition, which is a joint project of the Frye Art Museum and Museum Villa Stuck in Munich, is curated by Frye Foundation Scholar Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker and accompanied by a 300-page publication.
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Franz von Stuck
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