Ernst Ludwig Kirchner  (German, 1880-1938) 

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Biographie
1880   Born in Aschaffenburg
1890   His family settled in Chemnitz
1901 - 1905   Studied architecture in Dresden and pictorial art in Munich
1905   Founded the „Brücke“ group in Dresden together with Fritz Bleyl, Erich Heckel and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
1908   Born in Aschaffenburg, Germany
1911   Moved to Berlin; founded the MUIM Institute together with Max Pechstein
1913   His work was exhibited in the Armory Show, New York; first solo shows in Germany; dissolution of the „Brücke“ group
1914   In the heat of the outbreak of World War I he joined the army and was later discharged because of a physical collapse
1917   Settled in Frauenkirch, near Davos, Switzerland
1920   Major exhibitions in Germany
1931   Was made a member of the Prussian „Akademie der Künste“
1937   Was asked to resign as a memberof the academy; the Nazis included his work in the exhibition „Entartete Kunst“, so-called „degenerate art“, more than 600 of his works were confiscated from German museums
1938   He died by his own hand in Frauenkirch
Expositions sélectionnées
2011   Die unbekannte Sammlung - Klassiker der Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany
2011   Kirchner. Zeichnungen, Druckgrafiken und Gemälde, Hamburg Kunsthalle
2011   Bildteppiche von Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Entwürfe, Vorlagen, Ausführungen, Museum Biberach
2010 - 2011   Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner und Max Pechstein, Der Blick auf Fränzi und Marcella, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Germany
2008   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - The Unexpected New, Michael Werner Gallery, New York City, NY
2007 - 2008   Expressionismus aus den Bergen, Kunstmuseum Bern / Groninger Museum, Groningen / Bündner Kunstmuseum, Chur, Switzerland
2007   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Berlin Street Scene, Neue Galerie New York, New York City, NY
2006   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Auf den zweiten Blick, KEOM Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum, Hagen
2005   Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (solo)
2003   The National Gallery, Washington (solo)
2003   Royal Academy of Art, London (solo)
1992   The National Gallery, Washington (solo)
1991   Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde, Los Angeles
1991   County Museum of Art in Nazi Germany
1990   Brücke-Museum, Berlin (solo)
1985   German Art of the 20th Century, Royal Academy London, England
1980   Expressionism: A German Intuition, Guggenheim Museum New York, NY
1980   Graphisches Kabinett Wolfgang Werner KG, Bremen (solo)
1979   Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (solo)
1979   Haus der Kunst, Munich (solo)
1954   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Aquarelle, Kunsthandlung Gauss
1954   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Frankfurter Kunstverein
1952   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, 1880-1938, Kunsthaus Zurich (solo)
1952   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Curt Valentin Gallery New York, NY
1950   Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Werke aus dem Kestner-Gesellschaft
1950   Kunsthalle, Bremen (solo)
1948   Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart (solo)
1947   Galerie Bremer, Berlin (solo)
1937   Detroit Institute of Art, USA (solo)
1937   The Buchholz Gallery Curt Valentin, New York, USA (solo)
1937   Kunsthalle, Basel (solo)
1937   Degenerate Art, Circulated by Nazis
1933   Ausstellung Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Kunsthalle Bern
1926   Galerie Paul Cassirer, Berlin (solo)
1925   Galerie E. Arnold, Dresden (solo)
1924   Kunstverein Winterthur, Switzerland (solo)
1923   Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland (solo)
1923   Galerie Paul Cassirer, Berlin (solo)
1921   Kronprinzenpalais, Berlin (solo)
1916   Kunstsalon Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt am Main (solo)
1914   Kunstverein, Jena (solo)
1913   Museum Folkwang, Hagen (solo)
1913   Kunstsalon Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin (solo)
1912   2nd Blaue Reiter exhibition, Blaue Reiter Munich, Germany
1910   1st exhibition of the Neue Secession, Neue Secession Berlin, Germany

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