Read of the Week: Bauhaus. Updated Edition by Taschen

Germany’s Bauhaus School of Art and Design is known to have changed the face of modernity. In this brilliant 400-page book by Taschen, dive into the history of the pioneering school, which we still see a lot of today. Magdalena Droste, an ex-professor of art history at BTU Cottbus and who from the 1980s worked at the Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin, wrote the book in collaboration with Taschen who are known for their diverse, and open-minded publishing.

The book includes around 575 illustrations, including architectural plans, studies, photographs, sketches, and models.

If you’re a fan of impactful art and the history of Bauhaus, you will love this book.

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