The Face of the Twentieth Century: Bauhaus (ArtHaus - Art and Design Series)
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'Let us create the new building of
the future together; it will combine
architecture, sculpture, and painting in
a single form'. With this vision, Walter
Gropius, in 1919, opened the Staatliche
Bauhaus Weimar, which was to become
one of the most influential schools of
art, design and architecture from Dessau to Chicago. Artists such as Kandinsky, Itten, Feiniger, Klee, Moholy-Nagy and Schlemmer taught there and, together with directors Gropius and van der Rohe, led the Bauhaus to embody reform,
experimentation and the avant-garde.
Through artworks, archival records and
interviews, this film delves into the exciting story of the school and its protagonists.