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Unformatted text preview: and high aesthetic standards to mass produced machine-made goods. Der Blaue Reiter (1903) by Wassily Kandinsky Die großen blauen Pferde (1911) by Franz Marc Mass Culture/Entertainment Mass Culture/Entertainment Publishing explosion after 1880 to service the new literate mass Publishing market for printed matter. market Popular literary, arts and satirical magazines such as Pan (1895Popular Pan 1900), Jugend (founded 1896) and Simplicissimus (1896-1967) had 1900), Jugend Simplicissimus wide circulations. wide Front covers of Pan, Jugend and Simplicissimus The Kiss (1898) by Peter Behrens Jugendstil lamp, Berlin (c. 1900) Mass Culture/Entertainment Mass Culture/Entertainment Publishing explosion after 1880 to service the new literate mass Publishing market for printed matter. market Popular literary, arts and satirical magazines such as Pan (1895Popular Pan 1900), Jugend (founded 1896) and Simplicissimus (1896-1967) had 1900), Jugend Simplicissimus wide circulations. wide Electric lighting led to the proliferation of dance halls and cabarets. The first ‘moving pictures’ shown in Berlin in 1895 – by 1914 there The were 300 cinemas in Berlin and over 3,000 throughout Germany. were Sport – riding, golf and tennis for the upper and middle classes, Sport cycling and boxing for the working classes. cycling Sport was encouraged by the SPD and was an important feature of Sport many working-men’s clubs and associations. many...
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