It was the decade of daring Expressionist canvases, brilliant book design, Bauhaus, pioneering psychology, drag balls, cabaret and film. Between the tensions of two world wars, Berlin in the 1920s was a carpe diem cultural heyday, replete with groundbreaking art, invention and thought.
This book immerses readers in the freewheeling spirit of Berlin’s Weimar age. Through exemplary paintings, sculptures, architecture, graphic design, photography and film, we uncover the innovations, ideas and precious dreams that characterized this unique cultural window.
Author: Rainer Metzger
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 21 x 26 cm, hardcover