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Neue Sachlichkeit

Neue Sachlichkeit. Term coined in 1923 to describe the ‘so-called ‘New Objectivity’’ in art and architecture, especially in the Weimar Republic in Germany. A reaction to Expressionism, it was associated with the development of Rationalism and the International Modernist style.

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Chilvers Osborne & Farr (eds.) (1988);
Lampugnani (ed.) (1988);
Jane Turner (1988);

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Neue Sachlichkeit

Neue Sachlichkeit: see new objectivity.

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