László Péri, Reflektionen, 1960er, Foto: Jake Walters
© The Estate of Peter Laszlo Peri

The Artist and Sculptor Peter László Péri

The artist and sculptor László Péri worked in Germany from 1920 to 1933. After the National Socialists came to power, the Hungarian-born artist, persecuted for political and racial reasons, emigrated from Berlin to London, as the German capital was no longer his home. Although his works from the 1920s have recently received increased public recognition, the work he created during his emigration is largely unknown. This exhibition is dedicated to this chapter of his life.

Languages: German, English

Organised by: Kunsthaus Dahlem

In cooperation with: Gerhard Marcks Haus Bremen

Supported by: Freundeskreis Kunsthaus Dahlem – Bernhard Heiliger e.V.

Exhibition duration: until January 28, 2024

Opening hours: Wed. to Mon. 11 am to 5 pm

Kunsthaus Dahlem
Käuzchensteig 12
14195 Berlin

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Admission: 6 euros / 4 euros

Tickets at info@kunsthausdahlem.de or at the box office