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Author: Jeannine Fiedler; Peter Feierabend; Ute Ackermann
Publisher: Potsdam, Germany : H.f. ullmann Publishing, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeannine Fiedler; Peter Feierabend; Ute Ackermann
ISBN: 9783848002764 3848002760
OCLC Number: 1057373593
Notes: Translated from the German.
Description: 639 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Contents: Foreword [Jeannine Fiedler] --
[I] Themes : Foundations and consequences : Bauhaus: history --
Bauhaus: Bauhaus philosophy: cultural critique and social utopia --
The Bauhaus and the Weimar Republic: struggles for political and cultural hegemony --
The Bauhaus and National Socialism: a dark chapter of modernism --
The Bauhaus in the German Democratic Republic: between formalism and pragmatism --
Bauhaus in the Federal Republic of Germany: a privileged legacy from Weimar --
The State Building College in Weimar: a "Gropius Bauhaus without Gropius?" --
Black Mountain College, NC --
New Bauhaus and School of Design, Chicago --
The Institute of Design, Ulm --
Daily life : The Bauhaus and the world of technology: work on industrial culture? --
Body concepts of the modernists at the Bauhaus --
Women at the Bauhaus: a myth of emancipation --
The Bauhaus: an intimate portrait --
Mazdaznan at the Bauhaus: the artist as savior --
Bauhaus parties: histrionics between eccentric dancing and animal drama --
Non-stop music: a brief musical history of the Bauhaus --
The self-portrait: photography as the trigger of reflected perception --
Free painting at the Bauhaus --
"Actually they're all crazy at the Bauhaus": an anthology of quotations --
[II] Work : Personalities : The three Bauhaus directors --
A review of personal life and work: Walter Gropius, the architect and founder of the Bauhaus --
The Bauhaus on the road to production cooperative: the director Hannes Meyer --
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: Dessau, Berlin, Chicago --
Johannes Itten : The "analysis of old masters" or the modernity of tradition --
Paul Klee : Playfully to the essentials --
Wassily Kandinsky : The paradoxical fame of a Bauhaus master: a prince among painters as an artist of theory --
Lyonel Feininger : Feininger's fugues: the domestic music of the masters as an expression of conservative sentiments? --
Oskar Schlemmer : Oskar Schlemmer's anthropological design --
László Moholy-Nagy : Synthesis and total artwork ; Moholy's art of film or why the Bauhaus stayed away from the cinema --
Josef Albers : Perceptive painting instead of op-art --
Marcel Breuer : "Openwork outlines sit lightly in the room": the tubular steel furniture of Marcel Breuer --
Herbert Bayer : Universal design for the National Socialist economy and state --
Gunta Stölzl : The token woman master. [III] Preparatory teaching : The preliminary course under Johannes Itten: human education --
The preliminary course under László Moholy-Nagy: sensory competence --
The preliminary course under Josef Albers: creativity school --
Teaching by Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee --
Teaching color at the Bauhaus --
Workshops : The joinery and fitting workshop : Bauhaus licenses and business --
Wood carving and stone sculpture: the plastic workshop : The Bauhaus and the ideas of the cathedral guilds ; "Plastic art ... what, at the Bauhaus!?!?": on sculpture at the Bauhaus --
The metal workshop : The law of line production --
The ceramics workshop : Japan and the Bauhaus pottery --
The wall painting workshop : The noble simplicity of the roll: the Bauhaus wallpapers --
The weaving workshop : The role of arts and crafts at the Bauhaus --
The Weimar art print workshop : Graphic editions --
The printing and advertising workshop : Exhibition design: a conglomeration of technique? ; From reserved gracefulness to the weariness of the rational: propaganda the day before yesterday, commercial publicity yesterday, and advertising today, tomorrow: communication ; Red bar, right angle: a synonym for the Bauhaus? --
Photography at the Bauhaus : Walter Peterhans: toward a subjective photography --
The Bauhaus theater group : Bauhaus masks: a loose liaison of dancers and artists ; The Bauhaus Theater after the Bauhaus Theater --
From the Bauhaus to housebuilding: architecture and the teaching of architecture at the Bauhaus : From the housing estate house to urban building: the architect, town builder and pedagog Ludwig Hilberseimer ; The brave new world: a house building review, a walk through an impossible Bauhaus city --
[IV] Theory : The Bauhaus as Medeleine: against retrospective prophecies --
Strange forces: three possible retrospective takes on a spatialized modernism --
Chalk and computers: principles of order in dynamic image-making --
[V] Documentation : Bauhaus chronology --
Selective bibliography --
Exhibitions at the Bauhaus --
Glossary --
Merchandising appendix.
Responsibility: edited by Jeannine Fiedler and Peter Feierabend ; with contributions from Ute Ackermann [and 31 others].

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