An exhibit of a selection of drawings by the 1920s Berlin artist Heinrich Zille.
“His special talent was the scathingly humorous portrayal of what were in reality quite unfunny life conditions of handicapped beggars, tuberculous prostitutes, and menial labourers, and especially their children, making the best they could of life and resolutely refusing to give up.”
First floor of the Delmonico’s building in our 1920s-30s-40s Time Zone.
Exhibit organised and set up by Frl. Hasp.