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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: The Painter as Photographer

Museum der Moderne Salzburg

2 Mar - 16 Jun 2019

The German Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was also an avid photographer. Nudes, landscapes, portraits and depictions of artists’ studios all feature among the 300 photographs displayed here, as well as still-life compositions that reflect Kirchner’s fascination with ethnographic art. Find out more from the Museum der Moderne Salzburg’s website.

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Self-portrait (c. 1928), Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

Erna Schilling (Kirchner) and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in the studio Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Durlacher Strasse 14 (c. 1912–14), Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

Nina Hard in front of house In den Lärchen, Kirchner

Nina Hard in front of house In den Lärchen (1921), Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

View south from Kirchner’s summer cabin on the Stefalalp to the Tinzenhorn (c. 1919), Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

Margreth, Dorothe and Elsbeth Rüesch in front of the barn next to Wildbodenhaus, Kirchner

Margreth, Dorothe and Elsbeth Rüesch in front of the barn next to Wildbodenhaus (c. 1925), Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

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