Lecture Series

Degenerate Art: The cultural repression program during the third Reich

This series took place onFrom to

Under the title Entartete Kunst ("Degenerate Art") we include the exhibitions that since 1937 showed in Hitler's Germany the art that the National Socialist regime considered "degenerate", and which included artists that currently hold places of first order in the history of contemporary art, including for example Otto Dix. Coinciding with the retrospective of this artist which currently exhibits the Fundación Juan March, the 28th of february a series of conferences with the title "Degenerate art: the cultural repression program during the Third Reich" will begin, where several aspects of national socialism and its relationship with plastic arts, music, and philosophical thinking in the Germany of the time, will be addressed.

Lectures in this series