The new sobriety; art and politics in the Weimar period 1917-1933
Thames and Hudson
Kunst, politiek, geschiedenis
The period between the end of the First World War and Hitler’s accession to power in 1933 witnessed an unprecedented cultural fermentation closely related to the political currents of those years. It embraced the whole of Europe, Russia included, but was centered principally in Germany. Because of their strong international links and their close connection with radical politics, the most original and significant artists, writers, musicians, architects, photographers, designers and film-makers of the 1920s were found principally in that country. Lavishly illustrated (216 illustrations, includes little-known visual material).Plus a comprehensive index.
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