The John Heartfield Exhibition
The John Heartfield Exhibition features powerful art and groundbreaking graphic design.
The images featured here are worth thousands of words. Contemporary artists in the Reveal Art Section
(Coming In February) continue to use art as a visual jolt.
Living in the shadow of The Third Reich, John Heartfield created Art As A Weapon
against Nazi fascist propaganda using only scissors, paste, pen, and his wit.
He is credited with inventing modern photomontage with George Grosz
As a young artistic rebel, Heartfield became an influential German Dada Artist
His groundbreaking Book Cover Graphic Designs
for Malik-Verlag publishing house during the 1920s made him one of the most sought after advertising artists in Berlin.
But it was Heartfield’s courageous Photomontages of The Nazi Period
that made him Number Five on the Gestapo’s Most-Wanted List.
The Master Of CollageHis Art Attacked Fascism
Pioneer Of Collage TechniquesDada Art GeniusGraphic Design InnovatorInfluential Theatrical Designer
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One powerful image is worth all the nonsense words we heard in 2016. Trump did not elect himself. Voters were conned and de-sensitized by Fox News For-Profit Propaganda, Endless Liberal Media Coverage, and Numbing Polling.
John Heartfield’s art had one goal: Expose The Reality Behind The Propaganda
Since 2011, the curator has worked to bring his grandfather’s message to the public. The election of 2016 makes it clear that everyone of conscience must expose the propaganda of the new normal.
The powerful photomontages John Heartfield risked his life to make public from 1930-1938 warned of the rise of The Face Of Fascism
. The exhibition plans to display all of his 240 AIZ Covers in order.
Since the election, the curator has been working to improve and expand The John Heartfield Exhibition. But your help is needed to make the exhibition grow into a major Online Museum For Progressive Art and Graphic Design. Donate
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