26. November 2010 | City news

Spectacular Exhibition in Neues Museum

Works, taken by the Nazis in 1937 and declared as "Entartete Kunst" (disartened art) were found in Berlin Mitte during archeological diggings. The works are mostly sculptures, partially not identified, but works of the artists Edwin Scharff, Otto Baum, Marg Moll, Gustav Heinrich Wolff, Naum Slutzky, Karl Knappe, Otto Freundlich and Emy Roeder are amongst them. These sculptures are now exhibited in the Greek yard of the Neue Musem. Spectacular!