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Mozart’s music and he as an individual continue to fascinate visual artists today. On the occasion of the 100-year anniversary of the Mozart Festival in Würzburg, an exhibition at the Museum im Kulturspeicher Würzburg and the accompanying catalogue take a look at this long history of his impact.
In addition to original documents relating to Mozart, ca. 60 artworks – by Chagall, Klee, and Slevogt among others – span an arc of portraits and monuments that have defined the image of the composer in the long term, from stage sets for The Magic Flute to abstract painting. The exhibition focuses on the creative energies that Mozart’s work has released and the change in the presentation of popular opera scenes and figures since the early 19th century, to reflecting on principles of composition in the 20th century and the present.
Beiträge v. Damian Dombrowski, Carolin Goll, Andrea Gottdang, Christoph Großpietsch, Ulrich Konrad, Werner Telesko, Denise Wendel-Poray
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