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The Bauhaus in Weimar, 1919-1925

Author: Edward HaywardTim BentonGeorge AdamsOpen University.British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.All authors
Publisher: Northbrook, Ill. : Roland Collection of Films on Art, ©1975.
Series: History of architecture and design, 1890-1939.; Architecture & design (Northbrook, Ill.)
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Until 1923, the Bauhaus was vulnerable to criticisms that it was too preoccupied with bizarre individualistic artistic expression and not with actual production. After 1923, the opposite view extablished itself. The Bauhaus was the first institution to apply itself singlemindedly to the problems of designing for industry.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Hayward; Tim Benton; George Adams; Open University.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Anthony Roland Collection of Film on Art.
OCLC Number: 27719796
Credits: Film cameraman, Keith Hopper ; film editor, Mike Freeman.
Performer(s): Presented by Tim Benton with George Adams.
Description: 1 videocassette (25 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: History of architecture and design, 1890-1939.; Architecture & design (Northbrook, Ill.)
Other Titles: Bauhaus at Weimar
Responsibility: produced by Edward Hayward ; a production for the Open University ; BBC-TV.

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Until 1923, the Bauhaus was vulnerable to criticisms that it was too preoccupied with bizarre individualistic artistic expression and not with actual production. After 1923, the opposite view extablished itself. The Bauhaus was the first institution to apply itself singlemindedly to the problems of designing for industry.

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