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An in-depth exploration into the modernist German art school’s influence outside of Germany, the Bauhaus Imaginista book by Marion von Osten and Grant Watson is particularly relevant in light of the Bauhaus’ centenary.
Taking readers on a global tour to discover the Bauhaus’ influence in India, Japan, China, Russia, Brazil, Berlin, and the United States, the hardcover book also sets the scene of the Bauhaus during a period of immense geopolitical change.
Established in the German city of Weimar in 1919 by architect Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus is one of the world’s most ground-breaking art schools and produced some of the greatest artistic visionaries of modern times. The Bauhaus’ alumni and teaching cohort include the likes of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Marcel Breuer, weaver Anni Albers and the artist Wassily Kandinsky.
- Explores the Bauhaus’ influence outside of Germany
- Places the Bauhaus’ achievements in its geopolitical context
- Discover the story behind the influential German art school