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{Free Prime} The Bauhaus: 1919-1933: Reform and Avant-gardeAuthor Magdalena Droste – Wildlives.co

In A Fleeting Fourteen Year Period, Sandwiched Between Two World Wars, Germany S Bauhaus School Of Art And Design Changed The Face Of Modernity With Utopian Ideals For The Future, The School Developed A Pioneering Fusion Of Fine Art, Craftsmanship, And Technology To Be Applied Across Painting, Sculpture, Design, Architecture, Film, Photography, Textiles, Ceramics, Theatre, And InstallationAs Much An Intense Personal Community As A Publicly Minded Collective, The Bauhaus Was First Founded By Walter Gropius , And Counted Josef And Anni Albers, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Oskar Schlemmer, Gunta St Lzl, Marianne Brandt And Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe Among Its Members Between Its Three Successive Locations In Weimar, Dessau And Berlin, The School Fostered Charismatic And Creative Exchange Between Teachers And Students, All Varied In Their Artistic Styles And Preferences, But United In Their Idealism And Their Interest In A Total Work Of Art Across Different Practices And MediaThis Book Celebrates The Adventurous Innovation Of The Bauhaus Movement, Both As A Trailblazer In The Development Of Modernism, And As A Paradigm Of Art Education, Where An All Encompassing Freedom Of Creative Expression And Cutting Edge Ideas Led To Functional And Beautiful Creations


5 thoughts on “The Bauhaus: 1919-1933: Reform and Avant-garde

  1. says:

    This is a great review of the school Often books on Bauhaus concentrate on what happened post school, or spend time discussing the post school careers of those that taught there This book provides much information on the school and explains much of why the movement was successful I have a number of books on Bauhaus, when I was a student at FU Berlin my favorite Saturday trip was to The Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design.I find this book to be an excellent addition to my library.


  2. says:

    This book is actually about the Bauhaus school The author s main thrust is to provide a corrective to the Bauhaus mythology created by Walter Gropius at the time and long after It gives a nuts and bolts description of how the school actually worked under its three directors There are a good number of contemporary photographs that are interesting but of course they are in black and white and often not very large There is a fair amount of art theoretical gobbledygook that is probably not much comprehensible in the original German On the positive side the book is inexpensive and quite good at what it attempts to do On the other hand it may disappoint a casual reader who is looking for the usual lavish celebration of Bauhaus s influence on modernist design and architecture


  3. says:

    Very nice brief review of the firm, people and products Use as a supplement for inclusive text.


  4. says:

    i paid around 14 for this book for the price, this book is well worth it nice if you are interested in the history of Bauhaus, or as a display book.


  5. says:

    Muchas Gracias