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The second part of the current exhibition at Tate Liverpool features paintings and works on paper by Otto Dix who is best known for
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his unforgiving depiction of Weimar Society and the Great War from whence it was forged.
On Saturday we drove over to Liverpool – the main purpose being to visit the latest exhibition at the Tate, Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933. … 510 more words
“Tate Liverpool presents the faces of Germany between the two World Wars seen through the eyes of painter Otto Dix (1891–1969) and photographer August Sander (1876–1964). 484 more words
My Bed, Tracey Emin 1998, and Nebuchadnezzer, William Blake 1795-c1805
Tracey Emin and William Blake are an interesting pairing for an exhibition. Their work shares a keen sense of draughtmanship and the use of a strong dramatic line- Tracey Emin can draw quite beautifully, something which people who have not seen much of her work don’t always realise, and for Blake his ability as a draughtsman was at the core of his skill as a master printmaker. 560 more words