Gustav Metzger, Pioneer of ‘Auto-Destructive Art’, Dies at 90

In 1939, Metzger escaped the Nazis on a Kindertransport. His radical anti-art, or ‘aesthetics of revulsion,’ often dealt with the rejection of power.


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