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Neue Sachlichkeit and Avant-Garde

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One of the aims of the book is to shed more light on the notion <I>Neue Sachlichkeit </I>in its appearance in a variety of fields as painting, architecture, music, photography and literature, in order to get a clearer idea of its scope. Several contributions will do so by analysing the heterogeneity in the use of the term concerning <I>its function in the fight for recognition </I>in the art-fields around 1930 - in other words, <I>Neue Sachlichkeit </I>will be analysed as a positioning strategy. Especially its participation in the broader discourse on modernity, as well as its international and intermedial dimension will be highlighted, often using the historical avant-garde as point of reference. From this perspective, the present volume wants to be read as a plea for a differentiated description of the many shared aspects <I>and </I>some differences between the avant-garde and <I>Neue Sachlichkeit</I>.

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