Bauhaus

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Bauhaus is a short name for Staatliches Bauhaus - an art school in Germany 1919-1933.

The school was founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919; in 1925 the school moved to Dessau, and again in 1932 to Berlin. Walter Gropius was the head of the school throughout 1919-1928, followed by Hannes Meyer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The school was closed on the order of Nazi regime in 1933. It had a major impact on art and architecture trends for the next decades.

Main interest in architecture but also other branches of art. Issued a magazine "Bauhaus" and a series of books "Bauhausbuecher"

Some outstanding artists of the times were lecturers in Bauhaus :


Bauhaus - rock band, now defunct

The line-up:

Discography:

  • In the Flat Field
    • Dark Entries
    • Double Dare
    • In the Field Field
    • God in an Alcove
    • Spy in the Cab
    • Small Talk Stinks
    • St. Vitus Dance
    • Stigmata Matyr
    • Nerves
    • Telegram Sam
    • Rosegarden Funeral of Sores
    • Scopes
    • Crowds