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Bauhaus was a quarterly magazine published by the Bauhaus school, consistenly presented in the lowercase title bauhaus. The first issue was published on December 4, 1926,[1] School director Walter Gropius was the editor and publisher of the magazine while László Moholy-Nagy was responsible for the artistic direction and typography. Among authors were Moholy-Nagy and Wassily Kandinsky.

Oskar Schlemmer Georg Muche

Publication continued with some irregularity[2] until it ceased in 1931.[3]


  1. ^ Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, Bauhaus history, Chronology: 1926
  2. ^ Bergdoll, Barry; Dickerman, Leah (2009). Bauhaus 1919-1933: workshops for modernity. The Museum of Modern Art. p. 333–335. ISBN 9780870707582
  3. ^ McLanathan, Richard B. K.; Brown, Gene. (1978). The Arts: Volume 8 of Great contemporary issues Aspects of Film. Ayer Publishing. pp 93. ISBN 9780405111532

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