The Fall of Weimar Drawing by Christian Kabuß

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Drawing: Chalk, Charcoal, Tempera on Paper.

Drawing in Weimar means living to see the contrariness of Goethean classicism, Nietzsche-spirit, signs of Bauhaus, Nazi-era architecture and East-German management of heavy tradition.

So, to broach the issue of pillars is not about form but about the spirit of things -- is it Klassik, the Gauforum of the Nazis or a detail of the student's canteen from East German times?

As an artist, I have the chance to leave it hung in abeyance, and make a picture of Weimar: all-in up to today.


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The Fall of Weimar

Christian Kabuß

Germany

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Size: 27.6 W x 19.7 H x 0 in

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