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The Mad Square: Modernity in German Art 1910-1937 (2011)

by Jacqueline Strecker

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This catalogue focuses on the great aesthetic innovations that were made by artists throughout Germany in painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography, film and the decorative arts in the years from 1910 to 1937. The inter-related, fluctuating nature of modernist movements such as Expressionism, Dada, Constructivism, Bauhaus and New Objectivity are emphasized as is the broader historical context in which the works were produced. The works chosen reflect the fascinating and complex ways in which artists responded to the forces of modernity and their passionate engagement with contemporary society, culture and politics. Exhibition: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 6 Aug - 6 Nov 2011.… (more)

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