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People of the 20th century, the masterwork by photographer August Sander, establishes the motif of a cross-section of a society, an "exhibition in the exhibition", as a structural principle, the two interlinked perspectives opening up a large panorama of German art in the late 1920s. This multidisciplinary exhibition is structured into eight thematic sections corresponding to the groups and sociocultural categories created by August Sander. See more at:

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