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Brücke

(German ˈbrykə)
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(Art Movements) die Brücke (diː) a group of German Expressionist painters (1905–13), including Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Fritz Bleyl, Erich Heckel, and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. In 1912 they exhibited with der Blaue Reiter
[German: literally, the bridge]
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Wien Retour (1977) and Papierene Brucke (1987) both portray an impossibly lost past.
We are reminded of the birth of Expressionism with the group of painters known as Die Brucke as well as some of Ernst Ludwig Kirchners nudes.
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For the third year running, the firm has taken on two manufacturing engineering students from Berufskolleg Werther Brucke, a college of vocational training and higher professional education in Wuppertal.
Um die historisch bedingte Konfliktlage nachhaltiger anzugehen und eine Brucke in die Zukunft zu schlagen, sollte die Geschichte der nuklearen Entsorgung zum Gegenstand von Forschung, Dokumentation sowie kontinuierlicher inkludierender offentlicher Kommunikation und Bildung gemacht werden.
Die Brucke, formed in Dresden in 1905 by four architecture students including Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, printed its manifesto in the form of a woodcut print.
The German expressionist group organized in 1905 in Dresden, called Die Brucke (The bridge), develops a pictorial poetics equivalent to the fauvist one (to which it is contemporary and has close ties), based on the mental and physiological force of the act of creation, the recording of the psychic wave, of the spontaneous emotion, of the artist's temperament.
Es un hecho que el expresionismo fue un fenomeno cultural aleman definido entre 1905 y 1914, primero en Dresde y Berlin, casi simultaneamente en Munich, centrado desde el punto de vista artistico en la actividad frenetica de grupos radicales como Die Brucke y Der Blaue Reiter.
No romance de Emine Sevgi Ozdamar A ponte do chifre dourado [Die Brucke vom Goldenen Horn] (1999) sobrepoem-se, entre outras, as grandes cidades de Istambul e Berlim, de modo que um movimento urbano translocal vai resultar para a protagonista em um contexto transnacional e ao mesmo tempo transarea, isto e, que ultrapassa tanto as fronteiras nacionais como as fronteiras entre distintas areas.
The German expressionist group Die Brucke and the Vienna Secession painters are some of the references that come to mind when looking at these works, rather than typical line art-based comics.
Members of groups such as Die Brucke and the Blauer Reiter were initially influenced by the French Fauves movement, and their Russian contemporaries also tried to find new artistic truth in Paris, 'la Ville Lumiere'.
The works themselves conjure the visual vocabularies of a slew of art-historical movements well versed in extremity--from Die Brucke and Surrealism to art brut--evincing the artist's penchant for exploring the fine line between illegible chaos and precarious order.