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Sunday, September 23, 2012
On Käthe Kollwitz
"Like most of the socially conscious artists of her time, she lived in a world of conflicting social patterns and of individual reactions to them. The ethic of her social conscience was a personal evaluation of right and wrong and not a tactic of organized mass movements, it was social justice and not the economic interpretation of history." - Carl Zigrosser from the Introduction to Prints and Drawings of Käthe Kollwitz.
Posted by Gregory McCormick at 9/23/2012 01:16:00 PM
Labels: Art, Berlin, Germany, Käthe Kollwitz
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