THE GERMAN ARTISTS BETWEEN THE WARS, PART ONE
GEORGE GROSZ

Nothing is more sad than a perpetually disillusioned person. George Grosz spent his art career as a social critic; an artist who dissected his own tragic era with a knife-edged line. This podcast investigates that brief moment in time in Germany when art told the truth in an instant of “New Objectivity.”

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