Aneta Georgievska-Shine, professor of art history, University of Maryland

This lecture focuses on two of the most radical practitioners of German Expressionism, George Grosz and Otto Dix, and the ways in which their paintings, often times conceived as visual satires bordering on the grotesque, highlighted the unsettling social and political developments in Weimer Germany that led to the rise of Nazism.

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Add to Calendar 20210223 America/New_York German Expressionism: German Art in the 20th Century: Cutting Through the Surface of Being – Grosz and Dix (lecture 4 of 5)