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Bauhaus Women

Bauhaus Women

When the Bauhaus opened its doors in Weimar Germany in 1919, it became a hub of innovation and creativity, especially for its radical vision of unity between the arts, a utopian society that combined architecture, sculpture and painting into a single creative expression…

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Varvara Stepanova (9 November 1894 – 20 May 1958)

Varvara Stepanova (9 November 1894 – 20 May 1958)

Stepanova sits transfixed, staring with intense concentration. Her short-cut hair is swept to one side and her hands clutch at a graphic pencil and a long metal ruler. She wears a shirt covered in angles and zig-zags, and surrounding her, are a mixture of paintbrushes and pots, rulers and measures…

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