Inventur, Art in Germany, 1943-55
This long-overdue examination of German art from the immediate postwar period includes case studies of nearly fifty artists working in a variety of media ranging from small-scale drawings and collages to large, colorful canvases and industrial products. This important book provides a fresh perspective on a largely overlooked corpus of works—some published here for the first time—and is a valuable contribution to our understanding of 20th-century German art. This catalogue, printed by die Keure, accompanies the exhibition on view at the Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Exposed spine binding with orange thread
- Covers with coloured edges
- Die cut dust jacket