Nazification of Art: Art, Design, Music, Architecture, and Film in the Third Reich

Nazification of Art Art Design Music Architecture and Film in the Third Reich This study is devoted to the visual arts architecture design and film of Nazi Germany Studiously avoided by most art historians the culture of the National Socialist period is presented as complex

  • Title: Nazification of Art: Art, Design, Music, Architecture, and Film in the Third Reich
  • Author: Brandon Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780950678399
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • This study is devoted to the visual arts, architecture, design and film of Nazi Germany Studiously avoided by most art historians, the culture of the National Socialist period is presented as complex and contradictory, the result of forces within German history which were unique and perhaps unrepeatable.

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    1. After a useful preface the book is divided into 7 parts, comprising 13 essays or stand alone chapters, as follows:PRELIMINARY REFLECTIONS1. Aesthetics and National SocialismTHE POLITICS OF THE BODY2. The Body and the Body Politic as Symptom and Metaphor in the Transition of German Culture to National Socialism3. The Nazification of Women in ArtNATIONAL SOCIALIST ART INSTITUTIONS4. The National Chamber of Culture5. Artists and Art Institutions of Germany 1933-45ATTITUDES TO MODERNISM6. Modernism [...]

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