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My country still has some places and monuments that are quite dubious due to its past, too, smh! Recently it came out that painter was NOT a victim of the régime but an opportunist or even someone who apologised and supported it ...
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Ḑ̈́░o░[̲̅r̲̅]̑ȋ̛̭̰̑̃an̮ 9h
Imagine if D.W. Griffith's "" was still being screened at the White House? In , Angela had two paintings by renowned , , displayed in the office of the Chancellery up until last month...smh
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Guggenheim Art Bot Apr 20
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Albert Ypma Apr 13
´To what extent do some of his works, such as his depictions of mythic sacrificial scenes or ‘Nordic’ people, correspond with his sympathies for the Regime?´ Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 16
Everyone who never saw paintings live, do it. They are breathtaking, powerful and so innocent.
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Fritz Ascher Society Apr 14
Finally: German Expressionist artist Emil Nolde's Nazi past are revealed by an exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof museum. Documents were suppressed by him and by the foundation he set up, until a 2013 change in leadership.
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 14
Leave art and artists out of all metoo crap and political games! was introvert old man who didn't understand politics! Stop scrutiny, stop this searching for wrong, stop mind corruption of society. Every human has blood under skin. He was not nazi!
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Christian Weikop Apr 15
Interesting article on the politics of the current and National Socialism exhibition in Berlin, co-curated by my friend Prof Aya Soika, the keynote speaker at our Degenerate Art Conference last Oct.
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 13
was and it will always be, one of most wonderful that ever lived. So, all of you who do not have sense for art or life of artist... FUCK OFF!
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Eric van 't Hoff Apr 19
Time for us to visit museum to see masterpieces! As openwater swimmer I already marked the "Brecher" (1936) as favorite! Check website for more:
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LuxAirSpaceH20World Apr 17
Two paintings by has touched off a heated debate as an exhibition on the Expressionist painter and his links to the Nazis opened in .
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 13
Leave alone! Leave art out of your stupid political and religious SHIT! Artist suffered enough of political crap which, sadly, influenced their life, BECAUSE THEY JUST WANTED TO DO ART.
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Fritz Ascher Society Apr 14
Replying to @plunderedart
I agree with Catherine Hickley that it might be a stronger statement to leave the Noldes in the German chancellery, stand by the German history and discuss it. It has been known for a while that whitewashed his personal story.
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Helen Shiner Apr 17
Interesting report on research being done on the artist , specifically in relation to his self-portrayal first as Great German Artist during the Nazi years and then as victim of Nazi persecution postwar. In German and/or English.
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 15
All, who are writing trash about painter , specifically 🇺🇸 & 🇬🇧 media, should listen discussion about Nolde. Stop spreading lies, open eyes for truth and understanding of history concepts etc.
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L.I.S.A. Apr 17
The second episode, Artist and Artist's Image: Sources of Self-Stylisation, has been published today:
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Arnela de Noir 🇩🇪 Apr 13
, shame on you! Why do you allow Germany art to be dishonored like that. was wonderful artist.
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美術すき! 22h
エミール・ノルデ(Emil Nolde) 「ひまわり」 1932年 デトロイト美術館
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Pravahan Mohanty Apr 21
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