14 December 2009
Workshops for Modernity
"Bauhaus 1919–1933: Workshops for Modernity” at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
"... the Bauhaus demonstrated that modernism could function as a collective enterprise in an institutional setting, and still give the student the widest scope for individual expression. It is this extraordinary achievement that has created the mythic Bauhaus of the imagination, a shrine where artists toiled away in happy accord, savoring the idyllic fellowship of the guild—much as the eighteenth century had imagined Periclean Athens, or the nineteenth the great cathedral-building lodges of the Middles Ages."
Read the rest here.
Bauhaus creator, Walter Gropius, here.