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"THE STUDENTS OF THE BAUHAUS. Arts, crafts and revolution: The women who made a difference" is a book that is an interesting study focused on all the workshops and the complete reality of the most exciting art school of the 20th century: the Bauhaus (1919-1933) .

The present volume supposes an unpublished investigation that looks at the concrete reality of the feminine situation in the workshops and the pedagogy of the famous school. It means, in turn, closing the general tracking of the truth that occurred in that art and design center, where women played a role that, on occasions, was essential for the very survival of the center, while changing the history of design forever. .

Completing the vision of the female students who passed through there, what they did, what difficulties they encountered, what they contributed to the school is -among others- the objective of this book that focuses on the female students, on the general contribution they made as a collective, both the most famous and the lesser-known female figures: Otti Berger, Marianne Brandt, Alma Buscher, Friedl Dicker, Margit Téry-Buschmann, Ima Breusing, Anni Albers, Gertrud Arndt, Grit Kallin-Fischer, Dörte Helm, Lou Scheper -Berkenkamp, Margarete Heymann-Marks, Benita Otte, Ida Kerkovius, Ruth Hollós-Consemüller, Marguerite Friedlaender or Maria Rasch, among others.

Female students, designers and artists are approached based on the workshops they attended. Structured in two parts, it collects chronologically that reality in the three venues occupied by the Bauhaus. Each of them is based on the corresponding study plan, its presence in disciplines ranging from ceramics, to carpentry, bookbinding, graphic printing, mural painting, graphic design, metal, weaving, printing, furniture, architecture or theater, among others.

Pages: Pages: 240
Spanish Language
Size: Format: 15 x 23 cm
Binding: Rustic with flaps