Stuttgart art collection's move into its striking new building at the heart of the city and its name change from Städtische Galerie (Municipal Gallery) to Kunstmuseum Stuttgart symbolizes the start of a new, more international era. The museum has built on its existing structures to combine old and new approaches, and its exhibitions now address current, international issues, focusing on four main themes: the ornament (in Adolf Hölzel's work, for example), politics and social critique (Otto Dix), subversion and irony (particularly in the work of Dieter Roth) and the often blurred line between "free" and "applied" art (e.g Adolf Hölzel, Ida Kerkovius, Oskar Schlemmer and Willi Baumeister).
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By: neotrix


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