Those photos are a special and exuberant checklist of Bauhaus actions and experiments throughout the Nineteen Twenties and early Thirties. considerably, many of the images have been taken by way of artists-painters like Fritz Kuhr and Werner Siedhoff, designers Heinz Loew and Herbert Bayer, Bauhaus masters Hannes Meyer and Joosst Schmidt - who weren't self-conscious photographers yet who desired to paintings with a brand new technological product.
The effects represent the biggest and so much finished photographic archive at the moment to be had at the Bauhaus, supplementing visible fabric already released in Hans Wingler's enormous Bauhaus and featuring the school's extra human facet. a few of these pictures have by no means been released, whereas others haven't been released because the interval within which they have been made.
Part I includes over a hundred "artistic" pictures, a list of Bauhaus images indicates, an instance of a Dessau Bauhaus lesson plan, together with images, and essays on numerous points of images by way of Peterhans, Moholy, Vordemberge-Gildewart, Ernst Kallai, Fritz Kuhr, Willi Baumeister, Adolf Behne, Max Burchartz, Will Grohmann, and Ludwig Kassack. there's additionally a bit at the use of images with typography.
Part II is a Bauhaus album - approximately four hundred illustrations of utilized images documenting the Bauhaus structures, school room initiatives, or day-today actions of scholars and faculty.
Egidio Marzona has assembled the world's top-rated choice of works on paper documenting the innovative efforts of the Bauhaus. Marzona can be a well known writer of books on Russian Constructivism, Futurism, De Stijl, Dadaism, and a number of alternative routine and figures of the 20th-century avant-garde.
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