The term adopted by the Nazi regime to describe works deemed to be “an insult to German feeling.” An exhibition of the same name opened in Munich in 1937, which included works in a range of mediums that the Nazis had confiscated from public institutions in Germany. The Nazis considered virtually all forms of modern art to be “degenerate,” from German Expressionism to more international movements such as Cubism.


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