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“Bauhaus-Archiv Museum fur Gestaltung Until May 2 www. bauhaus.de royalty”
“-- J.S. Marcus Until April 7 www. bauhaus.de London Theater London has several screen actors appearing on stage just now, and each of them gives a superlative performance.”
“I don´t stop thinkig about similatity of “modern” houses and bauhaus houses.”
“March 29, 2005 at 02: 55 PM going to coachella? bauhaus in the, uh, house.”
“The walk this afternoon had this distinct air of unreality: winding road, trees different but same, weird architecture: some places look glass and steel bauhaus, others suburban Beaver Cleaver-esque.”
“Hell, the bauhaus reference got me to post here for the first time.”
“The exhibition website, "Bauhaus: Workshops for Modernity 1919-1933" (www. moma.org/bauhaus) presents an overview of the Bauhaus that situates it both geographically and historically, allowing exploration of works made throughout the school's 14-year existence in Weimar,”
“Fascism is a glass house' (as Mussolini put it) as exemplified here is something very different from the 'new glass culture' of the bauhaus or Bruno Taut - one seems designed to use glass as a way of wiping the slate clean and dispensing with physicality, the other to create new edifices of glass, using the opaque to create monuments.”
“Early 80s post punk and experimental electronic groups ie. the cure, danse society, the wake, joy division, the chameleons, bauhaus, Einstürzende Neubauten etc.”
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