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  • Reprinting the Bauhaus-Manifest from 1919

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    100 years ago, on April 1st 1919, the famous Bauhaus school was founded in Weimar. The new school was announced with a leaflet. It contained a woodcut by Lyonel Feininger on the title page, a Bauhaus manifest by Walter Gropius and a description of the concept and content of the Bauhaus curriculum. Printed on rather cheap paper, very few of the original prints survived …
    100 years ago, on April 1st 1919, the famous Bauhaus school was founded in Weimar. The new school was announced with a leaflet. It contained a woodcut by Lyonel Feininger on the title page, a Bauhaus manifest by Walter Gropius and a description of the concept and content of the Bauhaus curriculum. Printed on rather cheap paper, very few of the original prints survived …

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