Germany brings together eleven major postwar German artists who, through their artistic practice, seek to redefine German identity in the aftermath of the Second World War. Through their works, they dig, dissect, mock, blur or attack the dogmas and teachings they grew up with. While they try to distance themselves from their elders, they take full measure of the place that this heritage occupies in them.
After ten years as a dealer, Raphael Durazzo opens a space dedicated to the second market in the Matignon/Faubourg Saint Honoré district. The Gallerie's program focus around the theme of post-war artists. The first exhibition entitled
Germany is devoted to the German identity perceived by artists after the Second World War.
Georg Baselitz · Joseph Beuys · André Butzer · Christa Dichgans · Jörg Immendorff · Anselm Kiefer · Markus Lüpertz · A.R. Penck · Sigmar Polke · Gerhard Richter · Thomas Schütte