"Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937"

Art

Upper East Side

Until Mon Jun 30

  • Photograph: Hulya kolabas; cover image Otto Freundlich; The New Man; 1912 (lost)

    “Degenerate Art” brochure cover, 1937

  • Photograph: Staatsbibliotek zu Berlin; Stiftung Preussicher Kulturbesitz; Berlin; Berlin/Art Resources NY

    Adolph Hitler at the Degenerate Art exhibition. Nationalist Observer, South German issue, No. 199, 07/18/1937, page 4.

  • Photograph: Private Collection

    Hans Vitus Vierthaler, "Entartete Kunst" (Degenerate Art) exhibition, Munich 1936

  • Photograph: Victoria and Albert Museum; London

    Typescript inventory prepared by the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, ca. 1941–42

  • Photograph: Museum Ludwig; Cologne

    Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, A Group of Artists (The Painters of the Brücke), 1925- 26

  • Photograph: Lasar Segall Museum

    Lasar Segall, Eternal Wanderers, 1919

  • Photograph: Ernst Barlach Haus Stiftung

    Ernst Barlach, The Berserker, 1910

  • Photograph: Neue Galerie New York

    Oscar Kokoschka, Poster with Self-Portrait for Der Sturm magazine, 1910

  • Photograph: The Museum of Modern Art; New York

    Max Beckmann, Departure, 1932–35

  • Photograph: Pinakothek der Moderne Bayerische Staatsgemaeldesammlungen

    Adolf Ziegler, The Four Elements: Fire (left wing), Earth and Water (center panel), Air (right wing), 1937

  • Photograph: The Museum of Modern Art; New York; © 2014 The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA/ Art Resource; NY © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS); New York

    Paul Klee, The Angler, 1921

Photograph: Hulya kolabas; cover image Otto Freundlich; The New Man; 1912 (lost)

“Degenerate Art” brochure cover, 1937

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