Kathe Kollwitz in Berlin: the moral conscience of Germany

Did any German artist confront the suffering of the first half of the twentieth century as directly as Käthe Kollwitz did? Through the years of war, political turbulence and social strife that defined her life, Kollwitz kept alive the moral conscience of Germany. For fifty years Kollwitz lived and worked in working class Prenzlauer Berg, in … Continue reading Kathe Kollwitz in Berlin: the moral conscience of Germany