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A list of current and recent exhibition with works by Schwitters

Previous Exhibitions

A list of Personal Exhibitions: Kurt Schwitters from 1910 onwards available from the Sprengel Museum (compiled 2007)

Kurt Schwitters – a list of exhibitions since 2001

Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage
Berkeley Art Museum, California August 03 - November 27, 2011

View a slideshow of 'Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage' at the Berkeley Art Museum

Kurt Schwitters – Color and Collage; a slide show from the New York Times


Ezz-thetics, by Stuart Broomer: Helen Petts’s Schwitters project, Throw Them Up and Let Them Sing

Helen Petts – ‘Throw Them up and Let Them Sing’ Art Monthly Review by David Briers

Art Daily: Per Kirkeby and the "Forbidden Paintings" of Kurt Schwitters at the Centre for Fine Arts

Tate Britain - Migrations

Tate: Schwitters in Britain:

Abstract Critical – Schwitters in Britain
Guardian II
Bloomberg Businessweek

Anna Blume and I:

Anna Blume and I – Drawings by Kurt Schwitters
KUNSTMUSEUM BERN 23 September - 8 January 2012
Drawing as a Field for Experiment

Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage:

Thought on the exhibition ‘Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage’, by J. A. Dixon

The Kurt Schwitters Color and Collage exhibition wins a major award.

Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage – Review by Mary Anne Kluth

Kurt Schwitters and the Precarious Divide Between Art and Life, Huffington Post review by Matthew Harrison Tedford

Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage at the Berkeley Art Museum – Review by Nancy Ewart

Review by Ryan Davis, SF Fine Arts Museums Examiner

Notes from Kurt Schwitters show at Berkeley Art Museum

Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage at the Berkeley Art Museum. A review of the Schwitters exhibition in California by B. Gilsdorf

The persistence of objects. Another review by Matt Sussman

Everything But the Kitchen Sink: 'Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage' at Princeton University Art Museum in The New York Observer (31 May 2011)

Versatile Collagist, Dangerous Times Review of Kurt Schwitters Color and Collage, Princeton in The New York Times (31 March 2011)

First Major U.S. Overview of Kurt Schwitters' Work at Princeton University Art Museum Art Daily

Kurt Schwitters, Color and Collage: an interview with Josef Helfenstein, Menil Collection

Two reviews of the Ursonate performance in the Max Ernst Museum (in German):
Kölner Stadtanzeige
Kölnische Rundschau


Rob Airey reports on the KS10 conference in Elterwater

Previous Conferences

Lectures from the symposium on Kurt Schwitters and the Avant-garde, (29 June – 1 July 2007) at the Sprengel Museum Hanover

Symposia at the Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich

A blog by Merzmensch: Reports of the 2011 Kurt Schwitters Transgression and Intermediality symposium, in Hannover in seven parts (in German)


Uta Wassermann performs Schwitters at the Sage, Gateshead

Florian Kaplick: Kurt Schwitters - Alle Vögel / Dadar (video)

Kurt Schwitters' nonsensical sound poem comes to life in Houston with the help of a Dutch rebel

Egon Hofmann inszeniert den Dadaisten Kurt Schwitters

Jaap Blonk's Vocal/Visual Assault Is Strange, Difficult, Silly -- And Amazing

Biennale Musica 2011 - Kurt Schwitters - Sonate In Urlauten, performed by Michael Schmid and

Kurt Schwitters' Ursonate in four movements Ursonate performance/installation project at Warth Mill Industrial Estate, Bury 1 May 2011. With Jaap Blonk, Florian Kaplik, and Christopher Fox and Christian Bok

The Ursonate Urchestra performing Sonata In Primeval sounds in Rochester, NY.

A live electronic music concert and live streaming event in tribute to Kurt Schwitters' Ursonate with artists, musicians and performers in Los Alamos, New Mexico and at the Merz Barn, Cumbria.