Hanne Bergius  

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Hanne Bergius (born in 1947 in Herzberg) is a German art historian and Professor for Art History with emphases on art, photography, modern design and architecture.

She first applied her research results on Classical Modernism in her work as co-curator at the international exhibitions and the catalogs Tendenzen der zwanziger Jahre. Dada in Europa – Dokumente und Werke (15th European Art Exhibition, Berlin 1977) (Tendencies of the 1920s. Dada in Europe) and Paris-Berlin. Übereinstimmungen und Gegensätze Frankreich – Deutschland 1900-1933 (Centre Pompidou, Paris 1978) (Concordances and contrasts France – Germany 1900-1933). After these exhibitions, she advanced her research and, at the same time, continued bringing up her daughters (born in 1969 and 1973).




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