German art news

Berlin museum finally lays bare its war-damaged collection

An exhibition at the Bode Museum surveys the ethical implications of restoring damaged art

Published online: 19 March 2015

Monet takes centre stage at blockbuster exhibition at Städel

The Frankfurt museum’s survey of the early years of Impressionism includes more than 100 works, with a focus on the French painter

Published online: 09 March 2015

Work in Helmut Newton photographs could be looted masterpiece

German museum investigates whether work used as a prop is a missing painting by Arnold Böcklin

Published online: 15 February 2015

Helen Mirren shines as Maria Altmann in ‘Woman in Gold’

But the film, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival this week, may struggle to find the wide appeal it aims for with audiences

Published online: 11 February 2015

Trial begins (and goes on hold) for suspected Russian avant-garde forgers

Wiesbaden-based men accused of selling 18 fakes

Published online: 10 February 2015

Unknown sketch of Van Gogh to be unveiled

Rare depiction by Emile Bernard will go on show at Kunsthalle Bremen

Published online: 30 January 2015

Adjaye’s form, Adjaye’s content

Published online: 28 January 2015

David Chipperfield promises to keep ‘as much Mies as possible’ at Neue Nationalgalerie

Cost of Berlin project estimated at €101m, while proposed museum of Modern art will be double

Published online: 22 January 2015


German art consultant ordered to pay €19m damages

Helge Achenbach levied “surcharge” on art and vintage cars sold to Aldi supermarket heir, Düsseldorf court decides

Published online: 20 January 2015

After the fall

The demolition of the Berlin Wall had immediate effects on German life. But how did it affect artists?

Published online: 07 November 2014

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