Exhibition: Mattis–Teutsch: Artist of the Avant–garde, Braşov, May – July 2009
The event was organised by Braşov Art Museum for the 125th anniversary of the birth of the artist. On this occasion the museum displayed sixty–four works of art (sculptures, paintings, and graphic works) created by Mattis-Teutsch, gathered from several Romanian museums (the Brukenthal National Museum Sibiu, the Székely National Museum in Sfântu Gheorghe, the Criş Country Museum in Oradea, and the Arad Museum Complex) and various private collections. The exhibition illustrated the artistic evolution of Hans Mattis-Teutsch in the period from 1910 to 1939 by emphasising his connections with the artistic avant-garde movements in Europe. Special attention was paid to his collaborations with the Hungarian avant-garde movement associated with the magazine Ma, the Romanian avant-garde movements of Contimporanul and Integral, and German Der Sturm.
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- Petrescu, Cristina
- Pintilescu, Corneliu
Muzeul de Artă Braşov. 2009. “Mattis-Teutsch, artist al avangardei, 8 mai–5 iulie 2009“ (Mattis-Teutsch: artist of the avant-garde, 8 May–5 July 2009). Accessed February 12, 2018. http://www.muzeulartabv.ro/Expozitii_Temporare/2010_-_2008/imagini/1240836999.jpg
Popica, Radu, interview by Pintilescu, Corneliu, February 13, 2018. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection