Kunst zum Hören: Edvard Munch

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Kunst zum Hören: Edvard Munch

Graphic design by KOMA AMOK, read by Joachim Krol


2012. 44 pp., 25 ills.

hardcover, with CD

22.60 x 22.60 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3325-0

This volume in our series Art to Hear is the first book to focus on the artist’s interest in the modern representational techniques of his time, such as photography, film, illustrated magazines, and stage design. The publication proves how his paintings took on specific structural and narrative forms, poses, and even effects used in photography and film. The volume furthermore demonstrates how Munch worked on one and the same subject in drawings, photography, painting, prints, and even sculpture. His frequent use of the same motifs is an important key to understanding his work.

Exhibition schedule: Centre Pompidou, Paris, September 21, 2011–January 23, 2012 | Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt February 9–May 13, 2012 | Tate Modern, London June 28–October 12, 2012

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Art Dictionary

Scandinavian Art around 1900

It was not until the 19th century that the northern European countries developed an independent art scene of their own. Edvard Munch is Scandinavia’s best-known artist. Many of his contemporaries are now in the process of being rediscovered.

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