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  • Weimar 1919-1925 Dessau 1925-1933
  • The first aim of the school was to "rescue all of the arts from the isolation in which each then found itself."
  • Josef Albers was fascinated by the ambiguities of visual and spatial perception. This preoccupation is central to his famous "Homage to the Square" series begun in the 1950s and continuing until his death. In this series, color assumes the main role of producing deceptive and unpredictable effects, causing multiple readings of the same hue depending on what colors surround it. Albers did not mix colors, putting the colors on the painting right out of the tube. He forced his viewers into a changing and dynamic relationship with his work, rather than accepting one visual truth. Albers: "Homage to the Square" "...I see color as motion…to put two color together side by side really excites me. They breathe together. It's like a pulse beat… I like to take a very weak color and make it rich and beautiful or work on its neighbors. I can kill the most brilliant red by putting it with violet. I can make the dullest gray in the world dance by setting it against black… Josef Albers, 1973
  • Albers teaching at the Bauhaus, Dessau, 1928 photograph Umbo
  • Georg Muche and members of the weaving workshop at the Bauhaus, Weimar, ca. 1923. Anni Albers is at the extreme right.
  • Albers teaching at the Bauhaus, Dessau, 1928 photograph Umbo
  • Josef and Anni Albers arrive in New York, 1933
  • Bauhaus 173 slides

    1. 1. Bauhaus 1919-1933
    2. 2. Bauhaus Insignia, Schlemmer
    3. 3. Bauhaus Poster
    4. 4. School Curriculum
    5. 5. Walter Gropius
    6. 6. Bauhaus, Dessau 1926, Gropius
    7. 7. Bauhaus Office, Gropius
    8. 8. Walter Gropius
    9. 9. Gropius House
    10. 10. Gropius House
    11. 11. Gropius House
    12. 12. Gropius House
    13. 13. Johannes Itten
    14. 14. Johannes Itten
    15. 15. Johannes Itten
    16. 16. Johannes Itten
    17. 17. Johannes Itten
    18. 18. Johannes Itten
    19. 19. Johannes Itten
    20. 20. Paul Klee
    21. 21. Paul Klee
    22. 22. Paul Klee
    23. 23. Paul Klee
    24. 24. Paul Klee
    25. 25. Paul Klee
    26. 26. Paul Klee
    27. 27. Paul Klee
    28. 28. Paul Klee
    29. 29. Paul Klee
    30. 30. Bauhaus Poster
    31. 31. Wassily Kandinsky
    32. 32. Wassily Kandinsky
    33. 33. Bauhaus Poster (Bayer)
    34. 34. Wassily Kandinsky
    35. 35. Wassily Kandinsky
    36. 36. Wassily Kandinsky
    37. 37. Wassily Kandinsky
    38. 38. Wassily Kandinsky
    39. 39. Wassily Kandinsky
    40. 40. Wassily Kandinsky
    41. 41. Wassily Kandinsky
    42. 42. Wassily Kandinsky
    43. 43. Wassily Kandinsky
    44. 44. Wassily Kandinsky
    45. 45. Lyonel Feininger
    46. 46. Lyonel Feininger
    47. 47. Lyonel Feininger
    48. 48. Lyonel Feininger
    49. 49. Lyonel Feininger
    50. 50. Lyonel Feininger
    51. 51. Lyonel Feininger, Print
    52. 52. Lyonel Feininger, Woodcut
    53. 53. Josef Albers
    54. 54. Josef Albers
    55. 55. Josef Albers
    56. 56. Josef Albers
    57. 57. Josef Albers
    58. 58. Josef Albers
    59. 59. Josef Albers
    60. 60. Josef Albers
    61. 61. Anni Albers
    62. 62. Anni Albers
    63. 63. Anni Albers
    64. 64. Anni Albers
    65. 65. Anni Albers
    66. 66. Anni Albers
    67. 67. Anni Albers
    68. 68. Anni Albers
    69. 69. Anni Albers
    70. 70. Anni Albers
    71. 71. Anni Albers
    72. 72. Anni Albers
    73. 73. Anni Albers
    74. 74. Anni Albers
    75. 75. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    76. 76. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    77. 77. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    78. 78. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    79. 79. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    80. 80. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    81. 81. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    82. 82. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    83. 83. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    84. 84. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    85. 85. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    86. 86. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
    87. 87. Oskar Schlemmer
    88. 88. Oskar Schlemmer
    89. 89. Oskar Schlemmer
    90. 90. Oskar Schlemmer
    91. 91. Oskar Schlemmer
    92. 92. Oskar Schlemmer
    93. 93. Oskar Schlemmer
    94. 94. Oskar Schlemmer
    95. 95. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
    96. 96. Van der Rohe, Seagrams
    97. 97. Van der Rohe, Glass Skyscraper
    98. 98. Van der Rohe, Barcelona Pavilion
    99. 99. Van der Rohe, 1926
    100. 100. Van der Rohe, Berlin
    101. 101. Van der Rohe, Chair
    102. 102. Van der Rohe, Chair
    103. 103. Van der Rohe, Chair
    104. 104. Van der Rohe, Chair
    105. 105. Marcel Breuer
    106. 106. Breuer Chair
    107. 107. Breuer Chair
    108. 108. Breuer, Chaise Lounge
    109. 109. Breuer’s Wassilly Chair
    110. 110. Breuer, Dining Table
    111. 111. Breuer, Cupboard
    112. 112. Breuer <ul><li>Whitney Museum, New York City </li></ul>
    113. 113. Herbert Bayer
    114. 114. Bauhaus Poster-Bayer
    115. 115. Bayer - Structure in Green
    116. 116. Bayer - Leaning Gate
    117. 117. Bayer - Concentric Circles
    118. 118. Bayer - Auctioneers
    119. 119. Bayer Sculpture
    120. 120. Bayer - Ascension
    121. 121. Bayer Sculpture
    122. 122. Georg Muche
    123. 123. Georg Muche
    124. 124. Georg Muche <ul><li>Experimental single family housing and steel house. </li></ul>
    125. 125. Georg Muche
    126. 126. Georg Muche
    127. 127. Georg Muche
    128. 128. Georg Muche
    129. 129. Herbert Meyer
    130. 130. Herbert Meyer
    131. 131. Herbert Meyer
    132. 132. Herbert Meyer
    133. 133. Herbert Meyer
    134. 134. Herbert Meyer
    135. 135. Herbert Meyer
    136. 136. Herbert Meyer
    137. 137. Bauhaus Teapot
    138. 138. Bauhaus Tea Set
    139. 139. Bauhaus Teapot, Liquor
    140. 140. Bauhaus Fabric
    141. 141. Bauhaus Cradle
    142. 142. Bauhaus Furniture
    143. 143. Bauhaus Font, Bayer
    144. 144. Bauhaus Font
    145. 145. Bauhaus Group Photo Josef Albers, Hinnerk Scheper, Georg Muche, Làszio Moholy-Nagy, Herbert Bayer, Joost Schmidt, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Gunta Stolzl and Oskar Schlemmer.
    146. 146. Bauhaus Weaving
    147. 147. Albers Teaching Bauhaus, Dessau
    148. 148. Josef and Anni Albers
    149. 149. Bauhaus Influences
    150. 150. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    151. 151. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    152. 152. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    153. 153. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    154. 154. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    155. 155. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    156. 156. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    157. 157. Sonia Delaunay-Terk, Scupture, Robert Delaunay
    158. 158. Sonia Delaunay-Terk, Theater
    159. 159. Sonia & Robert Delaunay
    160. 160. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    161. 161. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    162. 162. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    163. 163. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    164. 164. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    165. 165. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
    166. 166. Sonia Delaunay-Terk <ul><li>Bugatti </li></ul>
    167. 167. Jawlensky
    168. 168. Jawlensky
    169. 169. George Grosz
    170. 170. George Grosz
    171. 171. George Grosz
    172. 172. Hitler, Confiscated Art
    173. 173. Hitler, Speer, 1943

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