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Mix Apr 22
: Reflecting . “With Florence Henri’s photos, photographic practice enters a new phase,” wrote László Moholy-Nagy in 1928. Trained at the Bauhaus, Henri used prisms and reflections to create her avant-garde work
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Block Universe Apr 22
✨Monday Inspiration - Oskar Schlemmer✨ Oskar Schlemmer was a German painter, sculptor, designer and choreographer associated with the Bauhaus school, most famous for his work Triadisches Ballett, 1922.
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Russell Manthy Apr 22
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🧀 NYcheesy 24m
🚐💨 Gala - Edinburgh Spotifying with ‘Crowds’ ‘U worthless bitch U fickle shit U would spit on me U would make me spit when the Judas hour arrives like the Judas Jews u epitomise I’ll still be here as strong as u & I’ll walk away in spite of u’
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Guggenheim Art Bot 9h
b and p by Josef Albers, 1937
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RonanM 17h
Either the style buildings in Tel Aviv or the old part of in
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Harvard Art Museums 17h
László Moholy-Nagy led the ’s preliminary course & metal workshop from 1923-28. Though his tenure at the school is associated with his promotion of technology, painting remained central to his practice. See “A 18” and more by Moholy-Nagy in our exhibition!
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frb 4h
Two days ago in I saw a very interesting about the big impact of on the textile industry in Krefeld It is set up in a temporary pavilion by renowned artist Thomas (which is not very Bauhaus btw)
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EMCC & Orchard Hotel 20h
🖼️ For culture vultures, we have the amazing right here on campus. Make sure to stop by and see their Homage to the exhibition in the Djanogly Gallery.
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UCI Humanities Apr 22
Look at your iPhone or Ikea furniture & you will see the legacy of --one of the most internationally famous art & design schools of the 20th century. As Bauhaus celebrates its 100th anniversary, discusses the movement & its impact:
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Jakob Wolman Apr 22
At a exhibition today I found this. It is ca 1920, and the approach to design that affects people, society and humanity. Serve the full picture, not just designing a thing. The inspiration for movements like and .
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David 9h
Now playing - Bela Lugosi's Dead on North Texas Radio
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Germany-LandOfIdeas Apr 23
The German state of is the cradle of all things . on local events characterised by the euphoric mood of the time, the love of experimenting and the joy of debating:
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Astrid Vergauwe 16h
Never ending love story with
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The Oldie 19h
Walter Gropius, who founded the school, did more than anyone else to foster modern architecture in the 20th century, says Fiona MacCarthy in her new book.
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Missana 3h
In the Trampolín bench by , the classic style gets a contemporary twist.
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HaveringCulture Apr 22
This year's opens on Tuesday 30 April with an Arts Society Havering study day focusing on in 1930s Germany and its enduring influence on design around the world. New Windmill Hall, Upminster, adm £30. Phone 07085 367492 or
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🖌️Elise 🌹Aldram 👀 Apr 21
One for all the fans of Groucho Marx and Bauhaus design!
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DesignApplause Apr 21
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the school. 👀👉 14-part special explores the roots of its ideas to how its concepts impacted an impure world:
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Jamie Roxx 59m
Good Morning Social Media! Today’s featured Is: This Is
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