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"This unprepossessing place is the American survivor of a great international movement, the Bauhaus of Dessau, which filled the world with tubular chairs and sectional sofas. The Bauhaus, like so many other things German, drew Hitler's ire because it was too intellectually independent. Hitler dissolved it in 1938...Some fragments of Bauhaus fled to America. Dr Laszalo Moholy-Nagy escaped with some remnants of students' work and saught refuge in Chicago. There, in his concrete warehouse, Moholy-Nagy's movement has taken root."

Pictured above is Moholy-Nagy and his Bahaus students in the Twenties.

     


Moholy-Nagy and the New Bauhaus (Coronet Magazine, 1941)

Moholy-Nagy and the New Bauhaus (Coronet Magazine, 1941)

Moholy-Nagy and the New Bauhaus (Coronet Magazine, 1941)

Moholy-Nagy and the New Bauhaus (Coronet Magazine, 1941)

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