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by Peter Adam

eBook Art of the Third Reich ePub
Author: Peter Adam
Language: English
ISBN: 0810926156
ISBN13: 978-0810926158
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams (September 1, 1995)
Pages: 332
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 356
Formats: lit azw lit azw
ePub file: 1857 kb
Fb2 file: 1194 kb

Based on a television series Peter Adam made for the BBC in 1988"-. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Based on a television series Peter Adam made for the BBC in 1988"-. The Nordic myth: National Socialist ideology - The ringmasters - The practice of National Socialist ideology - The turning point - The art of seduction - The "great German art exhibitions" - The exhibition of "degenerate art" - The visualization of National Socialist ideology - Sculpture - Hitler and the architects -. Hitler's building sites - The vernacular style - The false dawn of a new art.

Adam's book opens the door onto a forbidden chapter of art history, but one with startling implications for modernism. I have had the great priviledge to have seen some of the works reproduced in this book on travels to Germany, and it possesses an undeniable power.

British filmmaker Peter Adam grew up in Hitler's Germany.

In Art of the Third Reich, Peter Adam-who Nearly fifty years after the collapse of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich, the officially sanctioned art of his National Socialist regime remains largely unknown. Fromoften tattered books and magazines of the period, he has gleaned many of the 321 illustrations covering the broad spectrum of National Socialist art, which scholars are now beginning to recognize as an essential source of information about the perplexing Third Reich.

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Peter Adam reveals on his book "Art of the Third Reich", an extraordinary glimpse of Nazi Germany's grandeur days. This rare historical analysis, illustrates the intensive mass manipulation created by Adolf Hitler. Adam unveils a very powerful book, with an even greater message for the generations to come. Art of the Third Reich" is one of my few favourite art books.

Adam was born in 1929 in Berlin, Germany, the son of Luise (Gurke) . Art of the Third Reich: Winner of the 1989 British Academy Award in 1989 for Best Arts Documentary of the Year.

Adam was born in 1929 in Berlin, Germany, the son of Luise (Gurke) and Walter Adam. His family was middle-class. His father was Jewish and his mother Protestant. In 1944, he moved to Austria Career. Adam was an executive producer with the BBC for 22 years. Nominated for the British Film Institute Award. Nominated for an Ace Award in Los Angeles. Art of the Third Reich – Google Books.

There are thousands of books dedicated to every aspect of nazism but very few tell the tale of how Nazi Germany manipulated the imagery and spirit of art to advance their objectives

Lc Classification Number. There are thousands of books dedicated to every aspect of nazism but very few tell the tale of how Nazi Germany manipulated the imagery and spirit of art to advance their objectives. Over 300 pages of rare, censored or long gone and destroyed art. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

Home Adam, Peter Art of the Third Reich. The Book Beat is an independent bookstore, opened since 1982, specializing in Art, Photography, African-American culture, performing arts, artist books, folk-art, Children's books, Architecture, Design, and Music

Home Adam, Peter Art of the Third Reich. Art of the Third Reich. The Book Beat is an independent bookstore, opened since 1982, specializing in Art, Photography, African-American culture, performing arts, artist books, folk-art, Children's books, Architecture, Design, and Music. We are a freestanding bookstore, open to the public seven days a week. We also maintain a stock of vintage 19th and 20th century photography. Our gallery holds exhibitions in photography, contemporary art and folk-art We sometimes publish art catalogs, CD's, DVDs, artist books and items related to the artist collective 'Destroy All Monsters'.

Nearly 50 years after the collapse of Hitler's Third Reich, the officially sanctioned art of his National Socialist regime remains largely unknown. Many were destroyed or stored away in inaccessible locations. Now a documentary film producer offers a thoroughly researched, engrossing examination of the art of National Socialist Germany. 324 illustrations, 33 in full color.
Ishnjurus
Excellent history of Hitler's plan to control the tastes and culture of Germany by ridding the country of modernist art. Absorbing and informative. While Hitler was removing and burning the work of Klee, Klimt, Kirchner and hundreds of other modernist artists, Goering and Goebbels were stealing that art and secreting it all over Germany. I found the book enlightening in it's explanation of how easy it was to get the people of Germany to accept Hitler's support of traditional, nature based art and to reject the modern art of the 20th century. Using art to mold a national attitude was extremely successful and fascinating to learn about.
Wrathmaster
Excellent in every way, both product and shipping service. THANKS !
Llanonte
Great photographs of sculpture and art and clear discussion of the propaganda uses of "classical" art during the Third Reich.
Anararius
Excellent photos. Some of them come from art pieces that where destroyed by the allies and are lone gone -and negated in the medias as "the Third Reich was against the Art and hasn't one". You must have it to know really what was the aesthetic principles of the Nacional-Socialism.
Agagamand
ART OF THE THIRD REICH is a fascinating book for several reasons:
1. First, it addresses a subject (painting, sculpture, and architecture of Nazi Germany) that has yet to be objectively explored by scholars (just try finding anything else about it, much less a volume of this quality). The Nazi era still provokes such an emotional response that it has yet to be seen in any kind of historical perspective. However, as time marches on, studies such as this one will become more common, as students of history attempt to understand the perplexing Nazi phenomenon.
2. Art was arguably more important in Nazi Germany than in any other regime in history. In fact, some scholars have argued that the entire social structure was based on the pursuit of an aesthetic ideal (see the film "The Architecture of Doom" for a presentation of this thesis). In other words, rather than Nazi-approved art being a reflection of the culture, the culture sprang from the artistic ideals of its founders. Much of the events of 1933-45 can be seen to fit this paradigm, and this book provides valuable insight into how those events were orchestrated.
3. No regime in history has used propaganda as extensively as Nazi Germany. All aspects of media, art, cinema, and popular culture were channeled toward advancement of the government's objectives, to a degree never seen before. Hence, this book provides a window into the period that will be useful for anyone wishing to understand how images can be manipulated...something that occurs all around us every day.
4. Finally, there is a great deal of magnificent art in this book, which can be appreciated as a distinct phenomenon from the regime that created or condoned it...just as works such as "Alexander Nevsky" are hailed despite their obvious origin as Soviet propaganda. While it is true that totalitarian government-sanctioned art often dips into mediocrity, that is certainly not always the case here. The art of this era deserves to be viewed in the context of the larger evolution of art in the twentieth century, regardless of the political/social "baggage" associated with it.
Vikus
The reviewer immediately below has raised a very troubling but quite accurate issue in relation to National Socialist art: much of it - particularly the sculpture - is quite beautiful by the standards of classical/Renaissance aesthetics. Can we separate the appeal of some of this material from the political regime which operated the factories of death? I think that we can and we must. Adam's book opens the door onto a forbidden chapter of art history, but one with startling implications for modernism. This book is the only basic, english-language survey of its subject. Sadly, much of the art Adam discusses was destroyed or remains inaccessible. I have had the great priviledge to have seen some of the works reproduced in this book on travels to Germany, and it possesses an undeniable power. My only criticism of this book is Adam's decision to treat the art of 1930's Germany as an anomaly in the history of 20th century art - ignoring the fact that these artists were enormously popular in their day, and neglecting to offer a comparison with the distorted visions of Weimar art. No historical phenomenon is without context. Perhaps the rejection of modernism characteristic of this period is not solely the result of a society descending into barbarism, but is indicative of some flaw in modernist culture. If you buy this book, you will be able to judge for yourself.
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