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We are much enamoured of this 1920s shot by Bauhaus photographer Karl Grill of a costume from a long-lost work, Triadic Ballet by Oskar Schlimmer. Spotted at the National Gallery of Victoria’s exhibition Mad Square: Modernity in German Art 1910-37).
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