March 3, 2014 Andy Cush

In 1937, Hitler’s Third Reich held two art exhibitions in Munich: one that showcased Nazi-approved art — mostly conservative, realist stuff — and another that displayed what the party termed “degenerate art,” with more forward-thinking painters like Klee, Kirchner, and Kandinsky. Now, the Upper East Side’s Neue Galerie is hosting “Degenerate Art: The Attack on […]

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