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Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
Weimar presentation final version
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Weimar presentation final version

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  • 1. Why did culture and the arts flourish during the Weimar era?
  • 2. Typical 1920’s radio sets
  • 3. The Leica Camera The U.S. Eastman Kodak camera brought photography to the masses but the German manufactured Leica camera ushered in the age of photojournalism. August Sander “unemployed man,” Cologne, 1928 Photographer August Sander aimed to capture Germans and humanity in all its diversity focusing on Realism in the same way as 19th Century French Novelist Emile Zola.
  • 4. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
  • 5. Bertold Brecht Kurt Weill
  • 6. Hannah Hoch
  • 7. George Grosz
  • 8. Bauhaus architecture Erich Mendelsohn’s Universum Movie Theatre Berlin Walter Gropius Bauhaus building Siemensstadt Horseshoe Berlin Britz housing development
  • 9. Thomas Mann. Major works during Weimar era: •Reflections of an Unpolitical Man •Death in Venice •The Magic Mountain Reintroduced the concept of Bildung: The belief in self-cultivation that would come through engagement with great works of culture. Believed people could only achieve Bildung in the framework of the Republic. Disciple of Nietsch
  • 10. Philosopher Martin Heidegger
  • 11. Illustrated weeklies from Weimar Germany.
  • 12. Examples of political posters from the Weimar Era
  • 13. Other notable Weimar cultural icons Marlene Dietrich Arnold Schoenburg Greta Garbo

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