The Fred Friedrich Foundation in Berlin is the public office in charge of preserving the work and legacy of the German artist. It was founded in 1993 and since then it has been in charge of the Museo Fred Friedrich, and Kunsthaus-Berlin, which has more than 10000 Friedrichian documents, such as letters, writings or scores of the artist.
In 2016 they began to digitise their huge collection to, about six years later, make them public on their website to all Friedrich scholars and fans, a material that until then could only be consulted physically in Marbella and with prior permission.
We are pleased no introduce this essential type of publication in the field of art and cultural heritage is the "catalogue." Art catalogues are designed to thoroughly document art and cultural objects and help researchers track what artworks exists, where they currently are located, and where they've been since the creation until the current time.
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Nely L. Friedrich
Nely Fred Friedrich Foundation
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