THE BAUHAUS JOURNALS

we don‘t want an art magazin

 

with solemn essays, already ripe at birth for a slow but definite death in dignified libraries and noble book salons. we want to hand over a spiritual piece of sports equipment, we want to grip the building and design of our time with firm grasp, to shake foundations, constructions and forms - not tender, not tactful - hard and ruthless, even if they are objects of our greatest reverence. what is real, will stand up to such a behavior, what is wrong, must reveal itself to a liberating laugh: thank God, another dummy done! and when, in our carefree attitude, we miss it from time to time - we like to invite the wrath of all intellectual big shots. the meaning of the bauhaus and its magazine is: to be young, to dare to be fresh and to work hard in spite of all: to prepare a more cheerful work of carefree times. there are construction and painting, functional form and art form in a row; practice and theory, creating and criticizing, own and related or opposing let lively forces play.

 

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bauhaus 4.1928

timeline

new building

new start

dessau

offer-work

fotography 

typography

appartment

double issue

albers 

kandinsky

meyer

painting

advertising

tel aviv

lighting

housing

dessau-törten

steel house

petersschule

focus on stage

schlemmer

propaganda

theater total

weissenhof

furniture

meyer – palace of nations

gunta stölzl

junkers

advertising

children

architecture

society materials

building+living

bach-fugue

small appartment

painting+film

crafts+industry

theater

special

oskar schlemmer

small appartment albers

typography

paul klee

bauhaus 1.1926
bauhaus 2.1927
bauhaus 3.1927
bauhaus 4.1927
bauhaus 1.1928 
bauhaus 2/3.1928
bauhaus 4.1928
bauhaus 1.1929
bauhaus 2.1929
bauhaus 3.1929
bauhaus 4.1929
bauhaus 1.1931
bauhaus 2.1931
bauhaus 3.1931

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hilberseimer, albers, kandinsky

housing

dessau-törten

steel house

petersschule

weissenhof

furniture

meyer – palace of nations

double issue albers 

kandinsky

meyer

society materials

building+living

bach-fugue

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