Degenerate art: the fate of the avant-garde in Nazi Germany

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1991 - Art - 423 pages
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Looks at the reconstructed exhibit of degenerate art censored by the Nazis in 1937

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Recently seen in Los Angeles and traveling to Chicago, "Degenerate Art'' is an exhibit attempting to re-present works still available from the 1937 exhibit of the same name mounted by the Nazis--an ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
6
Modern Art and Politics in Prewar Germany Stephanie Barron
9
Beauty without SensualityThe Exhibition Entartete Kunst George L Mosse
25
Copyright

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Stephanie Barron is Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Vice President of Education and Public Programs at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Sheri Bernstein is Exhibition Associate. Ilene Susan Fort is Curator of American Art. Howard N. Fox is Curator of Contemporary Art. Michael Dear is Director of the University of Southern California's Southern California Studies Center and author most recently of "The Postmodern Urban Condition "(2000). Richard Rodriguez is author of "Days of Obligation" (1992) and "Hunger of Memory" (1982), and is a frequent contributor to "Harper's, ""The New York Times, "and "The News Hour" on PBS.

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