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Neue Galerie Museum for German and Austrian Art

Exhibition Detail
VIEW TO INFINITY
1048 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028


September 20th, 2012 - January 7th, 2013
Opening: 
September 20th, 2012 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
 
 Two Women in Flowers , Ferdinand HodlerFerdinand Hodler, Two Women in Flowers ,
1901-02 , Oil on canvas
© Courtesy of Neue Galerie Museum for German and Austrian Art
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“Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity” will be the largest American exhibition ever devoted to this major Swiss artist. Hodler was admired by such Austrian artists as Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, whose work is essential to the Neue Galerie collection. The organizing curator for the Neue Galerie is Jill Lloyd, a distinguished scholar who has assembled several important shows for the museum, including “Van Gogh and Expressionism”. The exhibition is co-organized by the Fondation Beyeler, Basel, where it will be on view from January 27 to May 5, 2013. The organizing curator for the Beyeler is Ulf Küster.

The exhibition includes 65 paintings and 20 drawings from both public and private collections worldwide, as well as furniture designed by Josef Hoffmann for the Hodler apartment. The Musée d’art et d’histoire in Geneva was responsible for the loan of the superb drawings. The show will cover all key aspects of his work: his numerous self-portraits; his Symbolist canvases; his majestic paintings of the Swiss Alpine landscape; and a series of shockingly frank portraits of his lover, Valentine Godé-Darel, documenting her decline and death. There are also 45 intimate photographs of Hodler in the exhibition taken by Gertrud Dübi-Müller, which show him as a very engaging figure, in bowler hat and striking various poses. These photographs are on loan from the Fotostiftung Schweiz in Winterthur. A fully illustrated catalogue, published by Hatje Cantz, will accompany the exhibition. 


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