Art historian Kate Bryan explores the misery and glamour of Weimar Germany – a pivotal point in German history – through the eyes of artists Otto Dix and August Sander. Both artists were concerned with representing the extremes of society; from the flourishing cabaret scene to extreme poverty and the rise of Nazism.
Tate Liverpool’s exhibition Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919-1933 is open from the 23rd of June to the 15th October 2017.
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