CultureSecrets and Editions Louis Vuitton offer you to inaugurate the beautiful Parisian days its TRAVEL CYCLE, to go around the World in Paris, a journey among the works and with the artists... Today, direction Berlin! A guided visit to the Centre Pompidou for the New Objectivity exhibition. The first comprehensive view of this artistic movement in France, it opens up a great panorama of German art of the late 1920s.
"Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander" presents the cultural production under the Weimar Republic (1918-1933), on the eve of Nazism. Between a fascination for the rationalization of the modern age and a critique of living conditions, the exhibition offers a look at a period that was marked by populist movements. It invites us to make political comparisons and analogies, particularly in the media, between the situations of yesterday and today.
Like an exhibition within an exhibition, the work of the photographer August Sander structures the visit in eight thematic sections corresponding to the socio-cultural categories he created. These two perspectives together give us a new look at German history.
In 1937, the works of Otto Dix were declared "degenerate" by the Nazis. About 170 of th
Wednesday August 31 at 7pm
Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
Your name will be on a list at the entrance of the event!