Editor: John Willett Publisher: Thames & Hudson Publication: 1984, First Edition Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound Pages: 160 Size: 215 x 270 Text: English
(Preface) 'The Weimar Republic established a distinctive new culture that sprang from the roots of the Modern Movement. Tragically cut short by the rise of Hitler in 1933, it was a unique effort to bring into common use technical and artistic discoveries of the great pre-war pioneers, from the Cubists to Le Corbusier. This unprecedented ferment was closely related to the political currents of the time, and the strains of revolutionary and communist art that developed had a great influence on artists, writers, film-makers, musicians, architects, photographers and designers.'
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