"Marit Östberg see exciting German mellankrigskonst"
"In november, it was a hundred years ago the emperor was deposed. Germany's first parliamentary democracy was introduced. Not least for the artists, it was, at least for a short period of time, a hopeful and powerful time, before the freedom bead, crackle and many were forced to flee nazism."
"At the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin, the exhibition Freiheit if Novembergruppen – a collective founded by artists during the republic's first breath. Non-partisan and strictly independent, they wanted to be with and define democracy based on the artists ' perspective."
"nEtt goal was to get the audience to open itself to modernism; expressionismens, as and kubismens experimental uttrycksätt. Through its collective force, periodic exhibitions, and mingle with men of power, they managed to actually affect the audience's gaze on the art and put the imprint to the present day."
"In Novembergruppen included painters, sculptors, musicians, filmmakers and architects and the exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie is a fantastic summary of the 1920s in the German world with 119 works of 69 artists."
"Freihet is also an exciting story about how the collective formed and limited by what, and what not. Hannah Höch, for example, was one of the few women represented among novemberkonstnärerna and the dadaists were the first group who, in protest against the a couple of works of art censored, dropped out of the group process."
"These stories, and many more, going to take the part of up to 11 march."