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La Nouvelle Objectivité - Textes critiques (1925 - 1935) | Writings

Gathered by Angela Lampe, curator of the exhibition, and Sophie Goetzmann, doctor of art history, 17 texts, mostly unpublished in French, are presented in this anthology.
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Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander


In the aftermath of the First World War, the New Objectivity movement reflected the rapid social, economic and political changes in Germany under the Weimar Republic. This anthology, which brings together seventeen texts, fourteen of which have never been published in French, signed by the greatest writers of the period, bears witness to the richness and acuity of the critical views on this complex and multidisciplinary movement, which, far from being confined to the traditional arts, embraced the fields of theatre, music, architecture and design.

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Texts collected by Angela Lampe and Sophie Goetzmann
Editions du Centre Pompidou
12 x 18,5 cm
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