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Oskar Schlemmers work is more closely associated with the 20th century’s most important school of design than that of any other Bauhaus artist. 70 years after his death, issue 6 casts a light on his achievements and puts them into a new context and debat. Unlike his avantgarde colleagues, Schlemmer did not succumb to euphoria about progress, but rather looked for the new human being in the new era–less as an utopian promise than as a search for meaning in the fragmented world that resulted from the First World War.
Paperback, 21x29.6 cm
Spector Books, 1st edition 2014