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Statuesque Athleticism.

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Berlin based artist Jens Ullrich pieces together the Nazi era, the so-called State of the Art 1933 – 1945 with the modern day sports era in his Selected Works series. The works went on display last year and featured life-size displays.

Courtesy of Jens Ullrich.

Courtesy of Jens Ullrich.

Courtesy of Jens Ullrich.

Courtesy of Jens Ullrich.

Courtesy of Jens Ullrich.

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