Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) was a German Jewish woman and philosopher. During National Socialism, she was forced to emigrate to the US, becoming a US-Citizen in 1951.
Her work as a political theorist and publicist made many people feel uncomfortable.
But that feeling is what makes people think deeper. Have a look at these two works by Hannah Arendt: “The Human Condition”, 4th edition, 1985, or “Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil”, 11th edition, 2015.
2017, Drawing, Pencil on Paper, 29,5×21 cm
in total (with green frame): 42×29,5 cm