Erich Wichman, Masker en profil (1927)

Until the end of June, you can check out an exhibition featuring the work of Utrecht-born Erich Wichman (1890-1929), an influential, strong-willed artist who worked in the period between the First and Second World Wars. Wichman came into contact with German expressionism and Italian futurism early on in his life, and later developed into one of the first abstract artists of his time. Despite his short life, he left an impressive legacy of pictures and words as a painter, graphic artist, critic, poet, chemist and political activist.

> until 24 June, Centraal Museum