Between 1916 and 1926, Ufer earned several prestigious awards including membership in the National Academy of Design in New York and recognition by the Art Institute of Chicago.
Ufer was highly political and concerned with social injustice.
added that they were investigating how the agency's standards were compromised and will take whatever corrective action is necessary.
The title poem, "Ufer
" (bank, shore), in the last part of the collection is actually a poeme en prose.
des Flusses is characterized by formal strictness: tight prose and a composition emphasizing repetitions.
Theatre of Real People: Diverse Encounters at Berlin's Hebbel am Ufer and Beyond
One of the main issues addressed in the book is the potential of Theatre of Real People to facilitate encounters with culturally diverse people, in particular what has taken place at the Hebbel am Ufer (HAUI).