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As an imperial capital, Berlin was the site of violent political revolution and radical aesthetic innovation. After the German defeat in World War I, collage and montage were conceived as appropriate forms to destroy the traditional bourgeois concept of art. The Berlin Dadaists were reflecting upon the horrors of war—the trauma of a mechanized conflict—and the terrors of revolution and civil war. This new spirit was reflected in the artistic, political, and social statements of artists during the birth and formation of the fragile Weimar democracy.
For almost two decades, Thornwillow Press has been working with Dr. Carney Gavin and the Archives for Historical Documentation to present this collection of 10 photogravures of Cairo, Jerusalem, Beirut, Medina, Mecca, Constantinople, And Bethlehem. These images, produced by photographers and archaeologists more than 100 years ago preserve a window through which the modern world can glimpse these ancient cities that were the birthplaces of modern culture.
The first portfolio in George Cochrane’s “Newburgh Suite,” commemorating the 750th anniversary of Dante’s birth. Purple cloth and handmade, yellow paste-paper, secured by a black ribbon.
This portfolio features the work of controversial Austrian artist Egon Schiele. Comprised of authentic facsimiles from the collections of the Neue Galerie New York and the Albertina, Vienna, Egon Schiele: Portraits highlights the startling emotional power and uncanny intimacy of the great artist's portrait pieces.