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The bauhaus

  1. 1. The Bauhaus
  2. 2. FOUNDER OF BAUHAUS WALTER GROPIOUS (1883-1969) -The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 in the city of Weimar -He is a German Architect -Bauhaus was founded in the year 1919-1933 -
  3. 3. Bauhaus Objectives Its core objective was a radical concept: to reimagine the material world to reflect the unity of all the arts. Gropius explained this vision for a union of art and design in the Proclamation of the Bauhaus (1919), which described a utopian craft guild combining architecture, sculpture, and painting into a single creative expression. Gropius developed a craft-based curriculum that would turn out artisans and designers capable of creating useful and beautiful objects appropriate to this new system of living.
  4. 4. Bauhaus Education The Bauhaus combined elements of both fine arts and design education. The curriculum commenced with a preliminary course that immersed the students, who came from a diverse range of social and educational backgrounds, in the study of materials, color theory, and formal relationships in preparation for more specialized studies. The Bauhaus main campus 1925-6
  5. 5. He was born in Südern-Linden, Switzerland on 11 November 1888 Swiss expressionist painter, designer, teacher, writer and theorist associated with the Bauhaus (Staatliche Bauhaus) school. Itten's work on color is also said to be an inspiration for seasonal color analysis[disambiguation needed]. Itten had been the first to associate color palettes with four types of people, and had designated those types with the names of seasons. Farbkreis by Johannes Itten (1961)
  6. 6. Gunta Stölzl Marcel Breuer with textile "African" or "Romantic" chair 1921 Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin Photo by Hartwig Klappert
  7. 7. Josef Albers Scherbe ins Gitterbild (Glass fragments in grid picture) ca. 1921 Albers Foundation/Art Resource Photo by Tim Nighswander
  8. 8. Gunta Stölzl Tapestry 1922-23 Harvard Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum Photo by Michael A. Nedzweski
  9. 9. Herbert Bayer Wall-painting design for the stairwell of the Weimar Bauhaus building on the occasion of the 1923 Bauhaus exhibition 1923 Collection Merrill C. Berman Photo by Jim Frank
  10. 10. Oskar Schlemmer Study for "The Triadic Ballet (Das Triadische Ballett)" ca. 1924 Museum of Modern Art, New York
  11. 11. Paul Klee Maibild (May picture) 1925 Metropolitan Museum of Art Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  12. 12. Walter Gropius Bauhaus Master Houses, Dessau. Isometric site plan 1925-26 Harvard Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum Photo by Imaging Department
  13. 13. Herbert Bayer Design for a multimedia building 1924 Harvard Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum Photo by Imaging Department
  14. 14. László Moholy-Nagy Untitled 1926 Metropolitan Museum of Art Copy photograph © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  15. 15. László Moholy-Nagy A 18 1927 Harvard Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum Photo by Katya Kallsen
  16. 16. László Moholy-Nagy Lichtrequisit einer Elektrischen Bühne (Light prop for an electric stage) 1930 Harvard Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum Photo by Junius Beebe
  17. 17. Josef Albers Set of stacking tables ca. 1927 Albers Foundation/Art Resource Photo by Tim Nighswander
  18. 18. Paul Klee Landschafts-Wagen Nr. 14 (Landscape wagon no. 14) 1930 Harvard Art Museum Photo by Katya Kallsen
  19. 19. Paul Klee Fire in the Evening 1929 Museum of Modern Art
  20. 20. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe / Lilly Reich Side chair (MR 10) ca. 1931 Manufactured by Bamberg Metallwerkstätten, Berlin, Neukölln Courtesy Neue Galerie Photo by John Wronn Museum of Modern Art
  21. 21. Oskar Schlemmer Bauhaus Stairway 1932 Museum of Modern Art
  22. 22. Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair 1927-28 Museum of Modern Art
  23. 23. Lucia Moholy László Moholy-Nagy 1925-26 Metropolitan Museum of Art Copy photograph © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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