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Die Klasse von 1919 - Junge Wilde? – Frauen am Bauhaus

Die Klasse von 1919

Junge Wilde? – Frauen am Bauhaus

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Bauhausmädels. A Tribute to Pioneering Women Artists

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  • Bauhausmädels illustrates that the Bauhaus was an experiment deeper, wider, and richer than many historians have suggested, and to forget its radical commitment to profound change is to misunderstand its essentiality.”

    — The Brooklyn Rail, New York
  • “The book reflects much — from the rise of photography as hobby, profession and art form to popular hairstyles (short) and poses. The women’s post-Bauhaus trajectories, many affected by the rise of the Nazis, form a dizzying tracery. Some remained artists, others did not. Either way, learning about them is a gift.”

    — The New York Times, New York
  • “In this grand family album, we discover a group of unique trailblazers whose legacy paved the way for women artists after them.”

    — creativeboom.com
  • “Arranged almost like a family photo album, the book captures the spirit of the school’s underrated members.”

    — artnet.com
  • “For years almost all attention was given to the leading men of the Bauhaus, but this book forms part of a movement that has sprung up to give its female students much-earned recognition.”

    — dezeen.com
  • “Most retrospectives focus on the school’s all-male directors, ignoring the critical role that women played in the German school that aimed to unite art, craft, and industry. This long overdue book highlights the contributions of Bauhaus women.”

    — curbed.com
  • „Mit Fotografien aus dem Bauhaus-Alltag und einem differenzierten Essay punktet Patrick Rössler in seinem gleichnamigen Band.“

    — Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
  • „Das Buch Bauhausmädels würdigt die unterschätzten Künstlerinnen der Schule.“

    — Zeit Magazin, Berlin