Berenson, Ruth
May 1977
National Review;5/13/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p565
The article focuses on various art exhibitions held in New York. The art shows were advertised under the slogan Berlin Now. One of the art shows was devoted to Hannah Höch, charter member of the Berlin Dada movement and an originator of the technique of photomontage. Abstraction at the Denise René Gallery and Berlin Realists at the New School seemed to be a pure Communist propaganda. Jürgen Waller's picture "Ride for the capital," depicted Socialist Realism.


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