This weekend a visit at the Kunsthalle (Gallery of Arts) in Bremen offered a wide range of artistic gemstones. The main attraction certainly was the exhibition about Albrecht Dürer and his artistic influence on contemporaries. A second exhibition called ‘TanzKunst’ was a multimedia-based examination of the representation of dancing in the visual arts. Additionally the Kunsthalle Bremen houses a large selection of German and Dutch masters from the 16th & 17th century.
left to right: Madonna with Child, 1423 by Masolino da Panicale / Male Affigy, 1534 by Lucas Cranach the Elder / The Adoration of the Shepherds (tryptich), 1527 by Jan van Dornicke / Pieter Coecke van Aelst (?)
New York Dancer III (kinetic sculpture), 1965 by Günther Uecker
The sculpture consists of nails in various sizes
Visitors may push this switch to start to rotate the entire sculpture