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The International Modernisms of World War I

Ephemera provides an important history lesson, especially for a war that is disappearing from America’s collective memory, but the most affective works in World War I and the Visual Arts are those that convey the pathos of the war experience. The post The International Modernisms of World War I appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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