The Program as Advertisement: Art and Propaganda in Concert and Theater Programs, Exhibition Catalogues, and Brochures in Germany 1913-1961Main MenuArt and the ProgramDocumenting Cultural Events in Germany Before, During, and After the Nazi EraGermany Before World War I: The Munich Folk Theater and its HistoryGermany Before World War I: The Munich Folk Theater and its HistoryWorld War I and the Weimar RepublicConcerts, Opera, and Music Theater Programs in Germany Between 1933 and 1945Song and Choir Sheet Music of the New CommunitySong and Choir Sheet Music of the New Community, contentCulture League of German Jews 1933/4Culture League of German Jews 1933/4Invitations, Posters, and AdvertisementsCabaret under Nazi RegimeCabaret under Nazi RegimeThe "Great German Art Exhibition" and the "Degenerate Art" ExhibitionThe "Great German Art Exhibition" and the "Degenerate Art" ExhibitionOld Household Goods - Old Folk ArtOld Household Goods - Old Folk ArtA Glimpse from the Outside: German Publications Reviewed by the "Friends of Europe" PeriodicalA Glimpse from the Outside: German Publications Reviewed by the "Friends of Europe" PeriodicalPost-war Germany, 1945-1949Post-war Germany, 1945-1949Wagner Performances in Post-war GermanyWagner Performances in Post-war GermanyExiles Return: Brecht and Weill's Threepenny Opera in Post-war GermanyExiles Return: Brecht and Weill's Threepenny Opera in Post-war GermanyConclusionAdi Nesterebef2239f18cd6ba5c09a0dfc25b13cff6ecbf4c
Degenerate Art - Degenerate Music Book Cover
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Issue no. 10 of Our Age: Germany and You (October 1942), printed and published in Germany in the English language by Wiking-Verlag GmbH., Berlin. Surveying works featured in the Grosse deutsche Kunstausstellung (Great German Art Exhibit, Munich, 1942).
Photographs from the exhibition Das Schicksal der Avantgarde im Nazi-Deutschland (The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany), a traveling exhibition from the LA County Museum of Art, in the German Historical Museum, March-May 1992. The exhibition documents the famous exhibit “Entartete Kunst” (Degenerate Art), which was initiated by Joseph Goebbels and took place in 1937 in Munich. Photographs include: A cover page of the original exhibition's catalogue, the crowd at the entrance to the exhibition in 1937, installation photo of the 1937 exhibition, and the book cover: “Degenerate Music: an Account” written by Hans Severus Ziegler, published in Düsseldorf, 1938.