HERZOGENRATH, Wolf (editor)
Documents the photography of The Bauhaus School, one of the most influential art and design schools in the 20th century. The Bauhaus School existed in three cities: Weimar (1919-1925), Dessau (1925’s-1932) and Berlin (1932’s-1933), where it eventually closed due to political pressure from the Nazis. Its overarching vision was to put art in contact with everyday life. The Bauhaus presented a new academic approach by replacing the traditional teacher-student model with the idea of a community or union of artists working together for a unified purpose.