The Reformation of Art College Berlin After the Breakdown of Nazism and Georg Tappert's View of Art Education in Germany

  • ABE Junko
    Kobe University, Graduate School of Cultural Studies and Human Science

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  • ナチズム崩壊後のベルリン造形芸術大学改革とゲオルク・タッパートの芸術教育観について
  • ナチズム ホウカイゴ ノ ベルリン ゾウケイ ゲイジュツ ダイガク カイカク ト ゲオルク タッパート ノ ゲイジュツ キョウイクカン ニ ツイテ

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Georg Tappert was a painter who came into action in the 1920s' art reform current in Germany and after World War I. During this time he got the spirit of reform; the most important thing of modeling expression is "searching for one's own image, developing it, and having one's own interpretation." He taught this spirit of art reform of the 1920s' to students at the Art College in Berlin after the break down of Nazism, and indicated its development possibility. This spirit became the foundation of the postwar reformation of Art College, and it succeeded in its development to lead to the present age.

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