‘Otto Dix, Bildnis Der Journalistin Sylvia Von Harden, 1926 (LEFT)’

The depicted a side of German society that many preferred to overlook: a female intellectual representing new discourses about sexuality, equality and urban mass society.

Obviously, the Nazi government prevented Otto Dix from exhibiting his works in any museum and art gallery, because it was believed that they offended the German people

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