Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Renate Krümmer. Text by Renate Krümmer, Adelheid Rasche, et al.
In the glory days of the Weimar Republic, the cheerful yet acerbic watercolor vignettes of the Berlin artist known as Dodo (Dörte Clara Wolff, 19071998) attained great popularity, becoming as iconic to their times as Jeanne Mammens illustrations for Ulk; after relocating to Zurich, she switched styles and embraced New Objectivity. This volume offers the first appraisal of her career.