Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander | Exhibition album

The album is a summary of the exhibition and is richly illustrated. It is written by Sophie Goetzmann, a doctor of art history and specialist in the avant-garde who is collaborating with Angela Lampe on the exhibition.
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Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander


The exhibition traces the origins and development of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement, which began with the introduction of standardised and normalised types into the art of the 1920s.

It presents all the artistic fields explored by this movement: sculpture, architecture, literature, theatre, the press, cinema and music, and in particular the major paintings of Otto Dix, George Grosz, and Christian Schad. Photography is developed in a specific focus on August Sander.

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Sophie Goetzmann
Editions du Centre Pompidou
27 x 27 cm
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