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The relationship of Czech avant-garde artists to the German avant-garde, complicated by the unequal position of the sizeable German minority in the new state of Czechoslovakia created in October 1918 and the clear orientation of Czech artists toward France, went through many changes. 1/ In some cases fruitful relationships were welcomed on both sides. For example, the group Osma had Czech and German members, the group Tvrdošíjní (The Stubborn) exhibited in Dresden, Berlin and Hannover, and invited not only local German artists but also Paul Klee and Otto Dix to its 1921 Prague exhibition.

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