Early twentieth-century Germany was the home of expressionism, and this exhibition at Millesgården brings a sample of that output to Stockholm, courtesy of a loan from the Aargauer Kunsthaus in Swittzerland and the Osthaus-Museum Hagen collection in Germany. It features over 150 works produced between 1905 and 1938 from artists including Emil Nolde, Otto Mueller and Max Pechstein and groups like Der Blaue Reiter and Die Brücke. Europe’s post-industrial flux was reflected in the art produced by these groups – you’ll have the chance to explore them this spring and summer.
Expressionistiska Mästerverk, Millesgården, on display until June 9
Photo: Max Pechstein, Lying Girl, 1910, Pechstein Hamburg Tökendorf