Aenigma | A hundred years of anthroposophic art

March 19 – July 26, 2015
Opening: March 19, 2015 | 6.30 PM

Museum of Modern Art | Triple Nave

The exhibition will give a broad overview of anthroposophic art in chronological order, from the groundbreaking ceremony of the first Goetheanum in 1913, to the present – with special emphasis on the political tension between east and west. It will present important anthroposophic artists from Switzerland, Germany, Austria, the Czech lands and Poland. The concept of the exhibition pursues the anthroposophic tendency to Gesamtkunstwerk: it will feature architectural models, artistic workmanship, designs, sculptures, graphics and paintings as well as clothing, toys and musical instruments. For the first time visitors will be offered a comprehensive insight into the extraordinary diversity of anthroposophic art and the art of living. For the exhibition, an extensive catalogue will be issued in collaboration with the Arbor Vitae publishing house. It will contain rich visual and heuristic materials and professional texts.

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Photo Gallery
Hilma af Klint

Doves no. 2, 1915, Stiftelsen Hilma af Klints Verk

Fritz Schulte

1950

Joseph Prinke

1920-1930

Julius Hebing

before 1945

Maria Strakosch-Geisler

1930s

Walter Besteher

1926

Poster
Hans Itel

Counter - Candlestick - Meditation object (1930-1940), private collection

Beppe Assenza

Untitled, undated, private collection

Albert Baravalle

The interior of the first Goetheanum, Unknown carver, frame, private collection

Hilma af Klint

Untitled, 1933 Hilma af Stiftelsen Klintsø Verk

Felix Kayser

Armchair, 1255, (1928), private collection

Andrei Bely

Untitled, 1914, the Rudolf Steiner Archive, Dornach

Hilde Pollak-Karlin

Shrine (1920), the Rudolf Steiner Archive, Dornach

Walter Kniebe

Untitled, 1930, private collection

Rudolf Michalik

Composition, 1937, Olomouc Museum of Art

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