HAVC 135B : German Art 1905-1945Main MenuHAVC 135B: German Art, 1905-1945This is the course website for HAVC 135B, Summer Session 2 at the University of California - Santa CruzCourse DescriptionThis is a short blurb about the course.Course BasicsUnit One: "German" Art or Art of the World?In this unit, we will examine the art, culture, and aesthetic philosophy of Germany's 19th century.Unit Two: Spirit, Material, Revolution, and DiscontentUnit Three: Total Control: Art and Culture in Nazi GermanyUnit Four: Cold War Premises: Rebuilding Two GermanysSara Blaylock, UC Santa Cruz90c69acc85f129272be0130feae47fb850768599
Great German Art Exhibitions
12016-08-17T13:31:28-07:00Sara Blaylock, UC Santa Cruz90c69acc85f129272be0130feae47fb850768599101361plain2016-08-17T13:31:28-07:00Sara Blaylock, UC Santa Cruz90c69acc85f129272be0130feae47fb850768599The Great German Art Exhibitions were of central importance for the Nazi policy of art and culture. They demonstrated both the self-image of the ‘Third Reich’ as a nation of culture and the artistic concept of the Nazis. According to the catalogue from 1937, only artistic “peak performances” that “give expression to the greatness of the new era, born from blood and soil, from national socialist attitude and ideology” should be put on display.
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12016-07-20T13:56:26-07:00Sara Blaylock, UC Santa Cruz90c69acc85f129272be0130feae47fb8507685998A: "Beauty without Sensuality": Nazi Aesthetics9gallery2016-09-02T01:29:12-07:00Sara Blaylock, UC Santa Cruz90c69acc85f129272be0130feae47fb850768599