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Chicago’s Bauhaus Legacy (Volume 2) By Stanislav Grezdo, T. Paul Young
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Catalog for the exhibition at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago, showcasing art and design by students of Moholy-Nagy’s schools from 1937-1955: the New Bauhaus, School of Design... More > in Chicago and Institute of Design – with special emphasis on the Foundation Course exercises. In addition, life work of both teachers and students from this early period will be shown, from 1937 to the present. Representing more than eighty individuals, the vast majority of the exhibit is work that has never before been seen. Material has been provided through the generous loans from private collections, in addition to work from the UIMA permanent collection and the Bauhaus Chicago Committee Archive & Collection.< Less
CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE (Extended Version) By Stanislav Grezdo, T. Paul Young, Lloyd C. Engelbrecht
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the museum’s second collaboration with the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation, “CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE: 4 Artists from... More > Moholy-Nagy’s School.” This exhibition, curated by T. Paul Young, is rooted in the founding of the New Bauhaus which formally opened its doors in 1937 at the renovated Marshall Field mansion on the near south side of Chicago. This new school, directed by former Bauhaus Master László Moholy-Nagy, began a powerful and dynamic new chapter within Chicago’s art, design and educational community. The four gifted artists exhibited here, Alexander Corazzo, Gretchen Schoeninger Corazzo, Robert Nickle and Tadao Takano, are among many from Moholy-Nagy’s school whose work has received only rare exposure to a broad public audience.< Less
CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE By Stanislav Grezdo, T. Paul Young, Lloyd C. Engelbrecht
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the museum’s second collaboration with the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation, “CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE: 4 Artists from... More > Moholy-Nagy’s School.” This exhibition, curated by T. Paul Young, is rooted in the founding of the New Bauhaus which formally opened its doors in 1937 at the renovated Marshall Field mansion on the near south side of Chicago. This new school, directed by former Bauhaus Master László Moholy-Nagy, began a powerful and dynamic new chapter within Chicago’s art, design and educational community. The four gifted artists exhibited here, Alexander Corazzo, Gretchen Schoeninger Corazzo, Robert Nickle and Tadao Takano, are among many from Moholy-Nagy’s school whose work has received only rare exposure to a broad public audience.< Less