Man: Teaching Notes from the Bauhaus. Oskar Schlemmer, Heimo Kuchling, Janet Seligman, ed., trans.
Man: Teaching Notes from the Bauhaus
"A change from abstract to nonabstract pictorial means has almost become a symptom of the age, even here at the Bauhaus. I myself have been overtaken by it and am trying to bring order to the whole situation."

Man: Teaching Notes from the Bauhaus

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ISBN: 0262190958

Cambridge: The M.I.T. Press, 1971. First Edition. Octavo (25.5x18.5x2cm); 159pp. Notebook pages and drawings reproduced in B&W throughout.

Marigold illustrated dustjacket. Navy blue boards with silver spine stamping. Jacket is clipped, shows light soiling, minor edge erosion, and some chips and nips at spine crown and foot—now flattened and tidied within mylar. Spine has very slight roll, minor color abrasion at spine crown and foot.

This volume presents a reconstruction by Schlemmer's widow, Tut Schlemmer, and editor Heimo Kuchling, of the syllabi and notes used by Schlemmer—theater designer, choreographer, sculptor, and painter—to teach his Bauhaus course.

Price: $60.00