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Beyond the Wall: Art and artifacts from the GDR

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Autor:
Justinian Jampol (veja mais livros deste autor)
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TASCHEN ESPANA(veja mais livros desta editora)

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For 40 years, the Cold War dominated the world stage. East and West Germany stood at the frontlines of the global confrontation, symbolized by the infamous Berlin Wall, which separated lovers, friends, and families, coworkers and compatriots.

The Wende Museum in Los Angeles, California, is named after the period of change following the wall's destruction. It was established in 2002 to study the visual and material culture of the former Eastern Bloc, and, with physical and psychic distance, to foster multiple perspectives on this multilayered history that continues to shape our world.

This encyclopedic volume features over 2500 items from its extraordinary collections. Never before has a book included this full a spectrum of art, archives, and artifacts from socialist East Germany: official symbols and dissident expressions, the spectacular and the routine, the mass-produced and the handmade, the funny and the tragic. Packaged in a slick, portable box, the book also comes with a facsimile of a GDR family scrapbook, documenting real and imagined travels both within East Germany, and across the border.

Ficha técnica

Código de barras:
9783836548854
Dimensões:
32.00cm x 22.00cm x 9.00cm
Marca:
TASCHEN ESPANA
Idioma:
Alemão / Inglês
ISBN:
3836548852
ISBN13:
9783836548854
Número de páginas:
904
Peso:
5.00 kg
Encadernação:
Capa Dura
Ilustração:
Over 2500 items