HAVC 135B : German Art 1905-1945


The most influential school of avant-garde art, design, and architecture of the twentieth century, the Bauhaus was a vibrant laboratory for redefining artistic practice in the modern age. Founded in 1919 by the architect Walter Gropius, the school made its home in three German cities: Weimar (1919-25), Dessau (1925-32), and Berlin (1932-33).

Definition adapted from Wikipedia, August 8, 2016.

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