In the early 20th century during the 15-years between two world wars, a cultural revolution took flight in the city of Berlin.
The Weimar Republic, as it is known, is forever defined by the young artists who took their place in this city and transformed it into something so raw and expressive that the debasing influences of war and politics were undermined and for a time, the human soul flourished.
Relentlessly kicking at oppressive authority these artists charged the atmosphere with high-spirited creativity. There was more than just something in the air. They were finding their way through every form of artistic expression, experimentation and indulgence in human pleasures. They connected to the truth of themselves and their city.
Now it is a 100 years later.
Here we celebrate their fearless originality and the possibilities they saw in themselves and in each other and even in us.