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floweroflondon 8h
Phenomenal picture, from c. 1927
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Christine de León 8h
This BBC4 doc on school is incredible!
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AnOtherMagazine Aug 16
This year marks 100 years of 🎈
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BABY TUDOR KENNEDY 20h
ARTIST: BABY TUDOR KENNEDY AKA NICO RACQUEL ALMANZA SUBJECT: PETER JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY TITLE: THE SURROGATE SAID THE SENTENCE (ANIMATED) LOVE, THE
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Telegraph Art 10h
From A-Z: a beautiful alphabet
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Bauhaus Movement 18h
Erich Dieckmann Development of a Metal Tube
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Guggenheim Art Bot Aug 18
Red Balloon by Paul Klee, 1922
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Jim Moir 15h
rules tonight, BBC4, 10pm.
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Shirley Humphreys 8h
Not sure why Yul Brynner was so influential on the movement. Loving the Kandinsky stuff though. I thought I had discovered him when I was about 17.
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Chris Hobcroft 7h
Is this colour scheme for schedule inspired by also?
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Norrette Moore 9h
And then the BBC redeems itself by starting a season on Germany in the 1920s, coinciding with my current research interests.
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Mitch Raftery 8h
The weird thing is I remember learning all this during one of the terms at college but it's been so long I forgot a lot of the details. Deco stuck a lot more though
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Winifred Davies Esq. 7h
Programme on one of the most interesting aspects of modern culture: 100 on now
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Dr. Sarah Rawlins 7h
If you didn’t catch the Bauhaus doc on make an effort to catch up, it’s fab. Most of what you see and use today was influenced by the school and it’s remarkable teaching. They also threw one heck of a party!
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Bauhaus Movement Aug 16
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Russ | Easy As OMC 8h
Anyone who thinks the movement was all about minimalism, ascetism and elitism needs to watch the doc by on - genuinely eye-opening stuff...
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Laura 8h
Would love to see Bauhaus with Jonathan Meades, don’t think he’s done one though?
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Albers Foundation 13h
Anni Albers's "Black-White-Red" is in "Weaving beyond the Bauhaus" at the Art Institute of Chicago through February 16, 2020.      
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D & T Association 20h
From Bauhaus to Benidorm: exploring the new BBC design season
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Images To Die For Aug 20
Variant “Adobe: Gray Turns Violet” by Josef Albers, Guggenheim Museum, 1958
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Armin Ganguly Aug 20
It’s not always ;-) Hell Yeah! Of course I can do “cosy”. Mea culpa! Blasphemy for an architect to say. But, am I look “bovvered”? I love it when my clients love their new home! When they hug & kiss their architect & builder I know we’ve done a good job
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