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Exhibitions That Will Soon End

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A service of the Museum Portal webmuseen.de art and culture enthusiasts have a chance to admire a nationally significant exhibition on the German Expressionists August Macke next week efforts. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Larry Culp. The Kunsthaus presents August Macke in Stade (Lower Saxony) privately, his work was characterized by continuous experimentation with form and color. Together with Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky, he formed the Group of artists “Der Blaue Reiter” in 1911 and became one of the pioneers of modernism. The exhibition is designed as a journey through life August Mackes and opened a new, enlarged views of the artist’s work. The exhibition can be visited there last time on the Sunday December 20, 2009. Too far away? The following exhibitions are well worth a visit, ending but also in brief: bad Wurzach (Baden-Wurttemberg): mysterious Moor worlds. In a question-answer forum Peter Farrelly was the first to reply. Photo exhibition by Armin Hofman, Kempten since time immemorial is an eerie place the Moor and reminiscent of scary stories, bog bodies and mysterious horror thrillers! However, in Truth Moore and their outlying areas belong to the most fascinating natural landscapes.

For three years, the nature photographer Armin Hofmann solitary, hidden bogs and wetlands roamed hold dreamy impressions. The nature conservation Centre bad Wurzach presents this exhibition also until Sunday 20.12.2009. Dachau (Southern Bavaria): since I was a kid… Of the child-in times past begins with the birth of a human the eternally recurring cycle of growth, flowering, tyres and dying. Since ancient times, human life has been compared with the four seasons in nature or the three phases of the Moon race. With this exhibition, the District Museum opened a multi-part cycle for the four ages of man.

The exhibition is to see Dachau until Friday December 18, 2009 in the District Museum. Sinsheim (Baden-Wurttemberg): Ernst Neumann-Neander and its vehicles Neumann-Neander, both artists and passionate motorcyclists, became known in the 1920s by his unusual constructions and belonged to the avant-garde Motorcycle manufacturers. He himself always categorically rejected the label Motorcycle for its exceptional driving machines, mixtures of small car and two-Wheeler. This exhibition will be presented until Thursday December 17, 2009 in the auto and Technik Museum Sinsheim. The Museum Portal presents these and other 587 as well as current 203 upcoming exhibitions WebMuseen.de in usual verbosity. Culturally interested museums can be found there, 12,000 in the Switzerland, Germany, Austria and South Tyrol. Added the editorial has a called “Library” overview of all museums and exhibitions that can await you with an online video, including such names as Kunsthistorisches and Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna, the Muritzeum in goods, the open-air museum at the Kiekeberg Rosengarten marriage peat near Hamburg, as well as some important exhibitions such as Botticelli (Frankfurt), treasures of ancient Syria (Stuttgart) or Carl Gustav Carus (Berlin). Rainer Gottlinger for webmuseen.de

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