Einzelbetrachtungen: Alena Anderlová, Sybil Andrews, Poul Anker Bech, Ljubo Babić, Peter Blake, Derek Boshier, Michael J. Browne, P J Crook, Charles Cundall, Paweł Dadlez, Alexander Alexandrowitsch Deineka, Georg Eisler, Brendan Ellis, Matthew Ensor, Erró, Paul Feiler, Isaac Grünewald, Robert Henderson, Blyth, Josephine Henning, Wlastimil Hofman, Karel Holan, Peter Howson, Jill Iliffe, Jean Jacoby, Miloš Jiránek, Maria Kossak, Maria Lassnig, Karel Lek, L. S. Lowry, Konrad Lueg, Guri Madhi, Wolfgang Mattheuer, Colin Middleton, Omer Mujadžić, Peter Nagel, Paul Nelson, Christopher Nevinson, Júlio Pomar, Heinrich Richter-Berlin, Thijs Rinsema, Alexander Rodtschenko, Peter Rohn, Torsten Schlüter, Jens Søndergaard, Peter Sorge, Christine Swane, Ivan Tabaković, Panayiotis Tetsis, Alan Welsford, Maria Zgraggen, Kiril Zonew

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Abstract

This catalogue provides a spectacular overview of painting on the theme of football in European artistic modernism. Here, painting gets to the bottom of football’s mystique. And vice versa, since football with its aesthetics, dynamics, rites, and contradictions inspires artists and reveals innovative, surprising perspectives and artistic possibilities. This culminates in impressive interplay between the two worlds. Accessing 20th-century European art through football and deciphering the fascinating as well as contradictory game of football as a European phenomenon through the perspective of modernist painting uncovers new knowledge in both fields.

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Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationIn Motion
EditorsManuel Neukirchner
PublisherDeutscher Kunstverlag Berlin
ISBN (print)9783422801349
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2024
Peer-reviewedNo