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Archive 2013

Elements 2013


The Klecksograph –

Between Finger Exercises and Inner Vision

9 August – 13 October 2013
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The Diplomat from Venice
Tintoretto’s Portrait of Paolo Tiepolo

3 May – 15 September 2013
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Face Value –
Wilhelm Leibl & August Sander

17 May – 11 August 2013
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Art and Profit –
Titian and Tintoretto in Prints

3 May – 28 July 2013
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The Invention of the Landscape c. 1500
On the trail of a contemporary of Hieronymus Bosch
25 January – 21 April 2013
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"Confound the Line"
The Photo-Graphics of the New School of Wood Engraving
14 September 2012 – 6 January 2013
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2012

Elements 2012

 

"Confound the Line"
The Photo-Graphics of the New School of Wood Engraving
14 September 2012 – 6 January 2013
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"1912 – Mission Moderne"
The centennial retrospective of the Sonderbund Exhibition
31 August – 30 December 2012
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Moments and Fictions
Johann Anton de Peters in Enlightenment Paris
15 June – 2 September 2012
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Antiquity Unchained
Aby Warburg and the birth of the 'Pathos Formula'
2 March – 28 May 2012
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Artists of the Line
Hendrick Goltzius and the Graphic Arts c. 1600
16 March – 10 June 2012 
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Wilhelm Leibl
and the Colour Black
25 November 2011 – 19 February 2012
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Panopticon
The Secret Treasures of the Wallraf
21 October 2011 – 22 January 2012 
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2011

Elements 2011


Wilhelm Leibl
and the Colour Black
25 November 2011 - 19 February 2012
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Panopticon
The Secret Treasures of the Wallraf
21 October 2011 - 22 January 2012 
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150 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
The Programme

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Vasari 500
Italian Drawings by Leonardo, Raphael & Co
19 August – 20 November 2011
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CSI: Museum
The Great Jubilee Exhibition
1 July – 25 September 2011
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How genuine can a fake be?
Seeking for clues in the case of Carl Rottmann
13 May – 7 August 2011
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Alexandre Cabanel
The Tradition of Beauty

4 February – 15 May 2011
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From the Graphic Collection:
New Acquisitions and Donations

11 February – 1 May 2011
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The Memory, The City and The Arts:
Circumcision
3 November 2010 – 30 January 2011
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Do or Die
The human condition in painting and photography.
Teutloff Photo + Video Collection meets Wallraf
17 September 2010 – 9 January 2011
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2010

Elements 2010



The Memory, The City and The Arts:
Circumcision
3 November 2010 – 30 January 2011
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Do or Die
The human condition in painting and photography.
Teutloff Photo + Video Collection meets Wallraf
17 September 2010 – 9 January 2011
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Drawn by Light.
Camille Corot and his ‘Cliché-Verre’ Experiments
20 August 2010 – 24 October 2010
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Gay Games Cologne 2010
Gay and Lesbian Journey through 700 Years of Art History

31 July – 8 August 2010
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Liebermann, Corinth, Slevogt
The Landscapes
30 April – 1 August 2010
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Liebermann, Corinth, Slevogt – Works on paper
30 April – 1 August 2010
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Earth, Air and Water
Edward T. Compton – Sketches of a Ramble in the Eifel
5 February – 25 April 2010
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Prometheus shows his Colours
The Restoration of a Masterpiece by Jacob Jordaens (1593–1678)

29 January – 7 February 2010
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With Napoleon in Egypt
The Drawings of Jean-Baptiste Lepère

02 Oct 2009 – 31 Jan 2010
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Vincent van Gogh: Shoes
A Painting as our Guest

17 Sept 2009 – 31 Jan 2010
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2009

Elements 2009



With Napoleon in Egypt
The Drawings of Jean-Baptiste Lepère

02 Oct 2009 – 31 Jan 2010
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Vincent van Gogh: Shoes
A Painting as our Guest

17 Sept 2009 – 31 Jan 2010
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Albrecht Dürer: The Apocalypse
12 June – 13 September 2009

The Moon
26 March – 16 August 2009
More than 130 objects showing how people have drawn closer to the Moon, both optically and artistically, over the last five hundred years.
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