Sarah Wylie
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Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)** In haar studentenperiode ontwikkelde Kollwitz een grote belangstelling voor de sociaaldemocratie, de vrouwenbeweging Gegrepen door de sociale noden en de verbondenheid tussen moeder en kind, maakte zij deze tot onderwerp van haar prenten. In de oorlogsjaren 1914-1918 begon ze te beeldhouwen. Zij beeldde vooral de oorlogsellende uit, zoals in affiches en in de houtsnedenserie "Der Krieg".

'Die Witwe I,' or 'The Widow I' by Kathe Kollwitz, woodcut on paper, approximately 15 inches by 9 inches "The Nun" by Otto Dix in 1914, German Expressionism…

The Nun - Otto Dix, 1914 From MoMA’s website: “ In a painting he later described as “completely characteristic” of his work before World War I, Otto Dix envisions a nun’s internal struggle between her.

german expressionism, TREE - Google Search

Set design for the 1920 film "Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari" (The Cabinet of Dr. Interesting ideas of perception and perspective. Light and shadow play an important part in the illusion of this design.


The Way to Horror (Der Weg ins Grauen) by Hugo Steiner-Prag (Bohemia, Prague, Created in Germany, Prints;

This post really is worth a thousand words. It shows some huge gender stereotypes for men and women. Gender and how society views it is a huge problem for me, when people don't fit into "man" or "woman" it makes it so easy to discriminate and make them feel like a second class citizen.

Dominant Culture & Stereotyping: This picture depicts the traditional gender roles of our society, where men do the "hard work" and women do the "soft work" such as cooking.

"Traditional" gender roles have become obsolete. If we are equal, men and women should be capable of performing the same duties.

Feminism is all about equal rights and opportunities for people of all genders to live their lives how they choose. If a man wants to be a stay-at-home dad, he should have that opportunity.