Aujourd’hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958

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Articles by or about Walter Gropius Marcel Breuer, The Bauhaus Theatre, Xanti Schawinsky, Frederick Kiesler, Vilmos Huszar, Sophie Tauber-Arp, Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Fernand Léger, Werner Graff, Farkas Molnar, Moholy-Nagy, Theo van Doesburg.

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Aujourd'hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958
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Aujourd'hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958
Aujourd’hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958

 

Aujourd'hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958
Aujourd’hui Art et Architecture, Mai no 17, Spectacles 50 ans de recherches, 1958
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