The Museum of Our Wishes
The exhibition The Museum of Our Wishes came about in winter 1963-64 on the initiative of the Friends of Moderna Museet. A large number of works considered to be essential to the Museum’s collection were borrowed, and a miracle was achieved: Moderna Museet received a one-off grant of SEK 5 million from the Swedish government. Suddenly, the collection had grown to be one of the finest of its kind. The exhibition was pivotal to Moderna Museet’s further development. Works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Ernst, Giacomo Balla, Giorgio de Chirico, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, Piet Mondrian and Pablo Picasso were thus added to the collection.
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© Josef Albers/Bildupphovsrätt 2018
On View:Stockholm
Josef Albers
1888 - 1976
United States Study for Homage to the Square. Evident, 1960
Studie till Hyllning till kvadraten. Uppenbar
Olja på pannå
102 x 102 cm
Purchase 1964 (The Museum of Our Wishes)
NM 5777 On view at Stockholm
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