Hans Baluschek: The painter who discovered Berlin’s proletariat

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WWhen you come out of the stimulating Hans Baluschek retrospective at the Bröhan Museum in Berlin after two hours of enthusiastic shows, the first question is: How can it be that such a fascinating painter, who took care of the poor and the outsiders like no other person who, moreover, was formally far more interesting and advanced than all of his other socially critical colleagues, so how can it be that this man was forgotten in this way?

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