12,90 € inkl. MwSt.
Björn Bischoff: 160 Seiten, 179 Abbildungen, 20 x 14 cm
The artists‘ village in the Teufelsmoor is known worldwide for its old masters. Worpswede, however, together with its unique landscape, has lost none of its fascinating appeal in the 21st century. For more than 125 years, there has been an active arts and cultural scene here in which artists and craftspeople come to live and be creative in this special environment.
In the first part of this guide, the reader is provided with general information from A to Z about Worpswede. You can find information on many galleries and museums: Alte Molkerei [Old Dairy], Große Kunstschau [Grand Art Gallery], Kunsthalle [Art Gallery], Museum am Modersohn-Haus [Museum at the Modersohn House], etc. Information is also provided on the following sights and attractions: Bacchusbrunnen [Bacchus Fountain], Barkenhoff, Bertelsmann-Haus [House], Brünjeshof, Buddha, Das Kreative Haus [The Creative House], Diedrichshof, Findorff Denkmal [Findorff-Memorial], Haus im Schluh [House im Schluh], Hoetger-Ensemble (incl. “Café Crazy“), Käseglocke [Cheese Dome], Mackensen-Oak, Weyerberg, Zion‘s Church, etc.
In the second part of the book, you will find, in addition to portraits of the old Worpswede masters, comprehensive information on the current art scene with relevant contact details (telephone numbers, e-mails, websites, etc.) for numerous contemporary artists.