Just a reminder that Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s is going on right now and runs through January 22, 2017  at the Milwaukee Art Museum.  This exhibition was organized by La Cinémathèque française, Paris and Milwaukee is the last US city on its tour.  The Milwaukee Art Museum is a unique repository of German Expressionist artwork and owns some of the original production art on display in this program. The exhibition includes original works of production art, photographic equipment, photographs, paintings, posters and restored film footage from the masterworks of German expressionist cinema.  To celebrate the significance of this movement in the history of film making I’ve put together a slide show of poster art.  If you have time stop by my office to see some of these posters on display and be sure to go to the Milwaukee Art Museum to see this fantastic exhibit before it leaves.


About aritter2014

I am a Librarian. To be honest, I wouldn't want to do anything else. I have a strong background in architecture, computer technology, English literature, Internet applications, web site design, film studies and modern art. I would like to use this page to express my personal musings and experiences on news, pop culture, nature, art, science, technology and what ever becomes a curiosity.

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