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  1.   Illustration by Roland Topor for Le grand macabre, György Ligeti’s 1979 anti-anti-operaAlso

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    Illustration by Roland Topor for Le grand macabre, György Ligeti’s 1979 anti-anti-opera

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  2.   Damit wir zumindest by Martin PudenzAlso

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    Damit wir zumindest by Martin Pudenz

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  3.   Miss Houdini she isn’t John Willie for Bizarre Magazine, c. 1940s

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    Miss Houdini she isn’t

    John Willie for Bizarre Magazine, c. 1940s

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  4.   Eiffel Tower by Pierre Boulat

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    Eiffel Tower by Pierre Boulat

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  5.   Untitled (On Pins and Needles) by Alfred Gescheidt, 1950Also

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    Untitled (On Pins and Needles) by Alfred Gescheidt, 1950

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    Offering by Roland Topor

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  7.   The Siesta by Roland Topor, 1975

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    The Siesta by Roland Topor, 1975

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  8.   Frauenakt by Friedrich Seidenstücker, c. 1940

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    Frauenakt by Friedrich Seidenstücker, c. 1940

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  9.   Lady Carbine by Herbot

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    Lady Carbine by Herbot

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  10.   Swallowing the Rope by Algis Griškevičius

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    Swallowing the Rope by Algis Griškevičius

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  11.   Vintage Postcard
Humor  and satire can be found on cards depicting ethnic villages. This  card is rather unusual in that it satirizes the amorous attraction the  inhabitants of human zoos, in this case Bedouins, may have had for some European women. The card is titled: No Racial Hatred at Hagenbeck’s. A female visitor to Hagenbeck’s Zoo Park is being shown the exit by an angry policeman, who warns her: Madame, Kindnesses are not Allowed Here!

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    Vintage Postcard

    Humor and satire can be found on cards depicting ethnic villages. This card is rather unusual in that it satirizes the amorous attraction the inhabitants of human zoos, in this case Bedouins, may have had for some European women. The card is titled: No Racial Hatred at Hagenbeck’s. A female visitor to Hagenbeck’s Zoo Park is being shown the exit by an angry policeman, who warns her: Madame, Kindnesses are not Allowed Here!