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New. The 1920s German art movement 'New Objectivity' (Neue Sachlichkeit) created a stark and indelible portrait of German society. Along with Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz, artist Christian Schad is central to any appreciation of this fascinating period in both art and history. Schad is a contradictory character. For all his icy-cool realism, Schad's mesmerizing paintings are characterized by an intense engagement with his models. While he is best known as a realist, he is also credited by the Dadaists as the inventor of abstract photograms, or 'Schadographs. 'Published in conjunction with an exhbition at the Neue Galerie in New York, Christian Schad and the Neue Sachlichkeit includes over 140 full-color reproductions of Schad's paintings, drawings, woodcuts and 'Schadographs. '
New in Fine Condition jacket. 260 pp., over two hundred illustrations in full color. Still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Neue Galerie, Museum for German and Austrian Art, New York NY March 14-June 9, 2003.
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