GERMAN ART EXHIBIT.
1-ya Vseobschaya germanskaya khudozhestvennaya vystavka. [The First General German Art Exhibit.] Moscow and Leningrad: "Mezhrabpom," 1924.
8vo. 40 pp. Illustrated with photogravures. Original two-color Constructivist wrappers. Wrappers soiled; some internal soiling.
RARE. An early display of important contemporary German artists in the USSR. Among the artists represented were Otto Dix, George Grosz, Emil Nolde, Oscar Schlemmer, Walter Dexel and Kathe Kollwitz. It was organized by Workers International Relief (Internationale Arbeiter Hilfe, Mezhrabpom). Later Hitler declared these Leftist artists "degenerate" and withdrew their work in Germany. Not in MoMa, NYPL or the British Library.