Anni Albers, Bauhaus textile designer. Produced patterns to influence generations beyond her own.

Anything Bauhaus. Anni Albers, Black-White-Yellow, 1926 Cotton and artificial fibers. x cm x 48 inches) Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Balance study from László Moholy-Nagy’s Preliminary Course, um 1924 (replica 1967) / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, photo: Gunter Lepkowski

Balance study from László Moholy-Nagy’s Preliminary Course, um 1924 (replica / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, photo: Gunter Lepkowski

Johannes Itten. Color sphere in 7 light values and 12 tones (detail). 1921. Lithograph on paper. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

johannes ittens / color sphere in 7 light values and 12 tones (detail) / 1921 / lithograph on paper / moma

László Moholy-Nagy, pioneering Hungarian designer/photographer/film maker/painter of the Bauhaus movement, designed the Light Space Modulator (1922-30), to create pools of light and shadow so he could study their movement.

László Moholy-Nagy, Light-Space Modulator, replica 1970 Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum of Design, Berlin,

Oskar Schlemmer, „Architectural sculpture R”, 1919 / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, photo: Gunter Lepkowski

Oskar Schlemmer, „Architectural sculpture R”, 1919 / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin…

Fav Bauhaus design by Tschichold

Poster for the 1923 Bauhaus Exhibition in Weimar, lithograph, author: Joost Schmidt, Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin.


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