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A Distant Close Up – Review: Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919-1933

Tate Liverpool dedicates two main exhibition spaces to the Weimar Republic with two artists, who couldn’t be more different: the photographer August Sander and the painter Otto Dix. For those, who grew up in Berlin, like me, he is best … Continue reading

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