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Author: Sam Sanchez

From experiment to convention: photography in the Bauhaus – by Sam Sanchez

The Bauhaus has revolutionized the definition and practice of modernism in the fields of architecture, design, printmaking, metal work, fine art, advertising, pedagogy, and even theater. From its establishment in 1919 in Weimar, its maturity in Dessau in 1925, and its eventual closure in 1933 in Berlin under Nazi pressure, the people and works made famous by the institution always followed the principle of the „combined work of art“ – Gesamtkunstwerk – in itself a response by its founder and first director Walter Gropius to the challenge of rebuilding Germany and Europe from the ashes of the Great War...

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