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Gerhard Marcks Haus, Bremen

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The Gerhard Marcks Museum or Gerhard Marcks House (German: Gerhard Marcks Haus) is a museum in Bremen, Germany, inspired by the work of the sculptor and graphic artist Gerhard Marcks. The museum exhibits contemporary sculpture, including the work of Marcks.
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  • The sculptures by Gerhard Marcks (no, I'd never heard of him before either) are clearly worthy of being displayed, but would be fine in a dedicated room in the Kunsthalle next door. As for the rest... 
    The sculptures by Gerhard Marcks (no, I'd never heard of him before either) are clearly worthy of being displayed, but would be fine in a dedicated room in the Kunsthalle next door. As for the rest...  more »
  • The museum opened in 1971, is dedicated to german artist Gerhard Marcks (1889-1981), who was involved in Bauhaus, and who stood up for jewish colleagues and than was banned by nazis. The museum , has....  more
    The museum opened in 1971, is dedicated to german artist Gerhard Marcks (1889-1981), who was involved in Bauhaus, and who stood up for jewish colleagues and than was banned by nazis. The museum , has....  more »
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  • "You don't go here, you go there." I got here by mistake, I thought it was an art gallery in Bremen. On the ground floor there are exhibitions of local art "masters". Stone, copper, bronze; the details of all the exhibits are smoothed out, blurred, intertwined so that little is clear, and the signatures are completely absent. On the second floor there is modern "art": cans of pringles chips with wheels, lurid appliqu├ęs made of paper and deflated balloons, etc. However, the Haus itself is very small.

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