, born Annelise Elsa Frieda Fleischmann in 1899, liked to think back to the early Bauhaus, remembering that when she came as a student in 1922 it was the "period of the saints," everyone wearing what looked like handmade, "baggy white dresses and saggy white suits." The Bauhaus was a collaborative experiment, pitting youthful energy and idealism against the despair and purposelessness that followed World War I.
(1888-1976) was a key figure within the Bauhaus, supportive of, yet often at odds with, its first director Walter Gropius.
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After some excellent food by Bruce and Louise Stone, Kelly Albers
of Las Cruces, N.M., was presented with this year's Marty Decatur Sportsmanship Award.
PHILIPPINE Airlines (PAL) Interclub campaigner Kuresh Samanodi and lady golfer Rutchie Albers
scored back-to-back division crowns, Sunday at the close of the 30th Guillermo E.
, MD, said in presenting the findings at the International Stroke Conference, sponsored by the American Heart Association.
: NOTEBOOK 1970-1980 (David Zwirner Books, $30), the sketchbook of the Bauhaus-educated artist best known for her abstract weavings, has both.
"On Weaving" is an absolute masterpiece written by Anni Albers
, one of the most talented and creative artists of the 20th century.
19.) MASTER CLASS: JOSEF ALBERS
AND HIS STUDENTS AT THE NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART A first in a series exploring the student-teacher relationship in art history, this exhibit looks at the works of Josef Albers
, known for his Bauhaus training.
Indeed, the chosen meeting room designations -- Albers
, Asawa and Noland - celebrate four of the diverse artists whose works will be on display at the soon-to-open hotel.
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