The images are almost entirely figurative and stylistically diverse, reflecting principles of Neue Sachlichkeit
(New Objectivity) and Surrealism, but also reaching back to Romanticism and sometimes even farther back to vanitas still lifes with flowers, figurines, and pinned butterflies.
was framed in this way by its earliest proponents, Gustav Friedrich Hartlaub, who staged the first show on the subject, "Neue Sachlichkeit
: Deutsche Malerei seit dem Expressionismus" (New Objectivity: German Painting Since Expressionism), at the Kunsthalle Mannheim in 1925, and Franz Roh, who published the first study, Nach-Expressionismus: Magischer Realismus; Probleme der neuesten europaischen Malerei (Post-Expressionism: Magic Realism; Problems of the Newest European Painting), in that same year.
Jahrhunderts (Hombres del siglo XX), de August Sander, y a la obra de Erna Lendvai-Dircksen, ambos representantes de la tradicion fotografica de la Neue Sachlichkeit
(Nueva Objetividad) de los anos veinte y treinta.
The contributors of these fifteen essays enter into the discourse on modernity, challenging the autonomous realm of literature, engaging in the international and intermedia dimension of neue sachlichkeit
(for example, in Dutch modern architecture), and judging neue sachlichkeit
and the avant garde (for example, in the work of Nikolai Zagrekokov).
32-41), and that the Neue Sachlichkeit
movement stressed objectivism in design (pp.
Wilfried Wilms provides a fascinating interpretation of early Bergfilme, firmly contextualizing them in the collective trauma of World War I and tracing their strategies of recuperation as conflicted and contradictory attempts to develop "an affectively stable and functional ego," a kind of "cool conduct" akin to the aesthetics of Neue Sachlichkeit
By the 1930s the trend to Neue Sachlichkeit
('New Objectivity') was reflected in characteristics of the architecture: design was to reflect function and mere decoration was out.
On the long Yrjo-Koskinens gata side, scale is established by dissecting what could have been a dull expressionless Neue Sachlichkeit
facade with vertical glass strips, which contrast with the more conventional office fenestration and give a gentler scale to the elevation.
To this end, the increasing importance of the influence of Neue Sachlichkeit
on art and popular culture will first be discussed to reveal their interconnectivity with the development of sport as a significant cultural force in the Weimar period.
Much of this representational art has been grouped together under the blanket term Neue Sachlichkeit
(most commonly translated as The New Objectivity), coined by the art critic and director Gustav Hartlaub for the 1925 exhibition bearing that name.
1) The post-war revival generation turned rather to material that seemed free of Nazi ideology-particularly the revolutionary song material of the 1848 revolution and protest songs from the 1920s Neue Sachlichkeit
Brittnacher's assessment of the under-researched and underrated Berlin poetry published by Mascha Kaleko in the late Weimar Republic, which can be compared to the satirical poetry of the 'Alltag' popularized by male contemporaries such as Erich Kastner and Walter Mehring and which belongs to the Neue Sachlichkeit
in its simplicity of form and conscious accessibility, is illuminating.