Social Kunst. Vols. 1 (1930) through 9 (1932) (all published)
1931. A complete run in 9 fascicules, each issue with brief introduction and illustrations (a few in color) showing biting socio-critical art by international graphic artists. Lg. 8vo. Boards, illus. wrpps. bound in. Copenhagen (Mondes Forlag) 1930-1932. Ex-libris Knud Rydiander, with bookplate affixed to inside front cover. Titles of the nine parts are: 1. Aksel Jorgensen. 2. Anton Hansen. 3. Kathe Kollwitz. 4. USA (including William Gropper, Fred Ellis, Robert Minor, Jacob Burck, Adolf Dehn, Louis Lozowick, and William Siegel). 5. Robert Storm Petersen. 6. Tegnekunsten i Sovketunionen. 7. Anton Hansen - Ande Samling. 8. Fotomontage (incl. work by Heartfield, Lissitzky, and Moholy-Nagy). 9. George Grosz. The common denominator is the violently anti-capitalist attitude of these international artists. (Inventory #: 9149)
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