"Even on the coolest mornings, the long and patient lines of people outside the Neue Galerie, a small gem of a New York museum, have testified to the unintended consequences of Adolf Hitler’s dictatorial tastes in art." [read the article]
The Neue Galerie’s newly opened — and thrilling — “Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937” is not just another show of expressionist art. [read the article]
"Degenerate Art" is featured as Exhibit of the Week. [read the article]
"A tour of the Degenerate Art show at the Neue Galerie, the first major U.S. exhibition devoted to the infamous display of modern art by the Nazis since 1991." [watch the video]
Christiane Amanpour, host of CNN International's nightly global affairs program, discusses the attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany with historian and author Simon Schama. [watch the program]
"The Art of Hate" Read the Village Voice review of "Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937" here.
"Among the many imponderables of the Neue Galerie’s splendid Degenerate Art exhibition is an uncanny sense of repeating a forgotten ritual.." [read the article]
"This exhibition revisits not only Germany's 'Degenerate Art' show that destroyed so many artistic careers, but the Nazi rhetoric that made the exhibition possible." [read the article]
Olaf Peters, curator of "Degenerate Art" was interviewed by Art in America. [read the article]
"Hitler's campaign against 'degenerate' modern art was only the beginning." Lance Esplund reviews "Degenerate Art" for The Wall Street Journal. [read the article]
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