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The Globe and Mail
2017 Volkswagen Sportwagen Alltrack takes a page from Subaru's playbook, but at a pricethan the ordinary Sportwagen, but still presents an unfussy and minimalist exte
2017 Volkswagen Sportwagen Alltrack takes a page from Subaru's playbook, but at a price
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
than the ordinary Sportwagen, but still presents an unfussy and minimalist exterior design. The interior is similarly Bauhaus in approach, brightened up only by a standard panoramic sunroof. In terms of practicality, a young family could... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Tribune Tower's new owners should also look to futurerich, ringing amidst the wealth and joy of life." The Tribune contest spawned
Tribune Tower's new owners should also look to future
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
rich, ringing amidst the wealth and joy of life." The Tribune contest spawned other powerful visions, including one from Bauhaus master Walter Gropius that anticipated the steel and glass high-rises that would dominate American skylines after... Read more
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Arts Journal
Abstract Expressionism Hits the Bull’s Eyeof the German Expressionists with the anti-figurative aesthetic of the European
Abstract Expressionism Hits the Bull’s Eye
Arts Journal / Posted 3 days ago
of the German Expressionists with the anti-figurative aesthetic of the European abstract schools such as Futurism, the Bauhaus, and Synthetic Cubism. Additionally, it has an image of being rebellious, anarchic, highly idiosyncratic and, some... Read more
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DW
Berlin promotes Bauhaus legacy with new Gropius app |Starting on October 7, the free app "Gropius to Go" will lead visitors to Berli
Berlin promotes Bauhaus legacy with new Gropius app |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
Starting on October 7, the free app "Gropius to Go" will lead visitors to Berlin's most significant landmarks of Bauhaus art and architecture, Simone Dornbusch from Berlin's state monument bureau announced on Monday. The app, which will be available... Read more
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The Irish Times
Count Harry Kessler: The original hipsterwith Dutch architect and designer Henry van de Velde flourished – energy and in
Count Harry Kessler: The original hipster
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
with Dutch architect and designer Henry van de Velde flourished – energy and inspiration that flowed into the later Bauhaus school. Kessler’s enthusiastic support for the first World War later gave way to pacifist politics, and he was... Read more
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Missoula Independent
No slackwas the late '70s."), an early infatuation with The Who and AC/DC blossomed int
No slack
Missoula Independent / Posted 8 days ago
was the late '70s."), an early infatuation with The Who and AC/DC blossomed into an abiding love for Echo and the Bunnymen, Bauhaus and the Cocteau Twins. Meanwhile, mumbly janglings emanating from not-too-distant Athens, Ga., offered an inkling of... Read more
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Mashable
Cartoonist compares gay rights advocates to Nazis, gets a powerful history lessonTwitter to briefly but powerfully tell the story of a German artist called Rich
Cartoonist compares gay rights advocates to Nazis, gets a powerful history lesson
Mashable / Posted 8 days ago
Twitter to briefly but powerfully tell the story of a German artist called Richard Grune, a talented gay man trained in the Bauhaus School of Weimar just before Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party came to power. Grune was arrested for the crime of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Conceptually smart with loads of cool...which we would collaborate on,” Taplin recalls. Their first furniture range un
Conceptually smart with loads of cool...
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
which we would collaborate on,” Taplin recalls. Their first furniture range under the Dokter and Misses brand was based on Bauhaus’s modernist thinking. “We were Bauhaus befok,” Taplin smiles. Then in 2008, the duo got a showing of their work in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Behind the scenes of Vicente Fernández's video shoot of corrido supporting Hillary Clintonthe organization that describes itself as a "movement that builds power in the
Behind the scenes of Vicente Fernández's video shoot of corrido supporting Hillary Clinton
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
the organization that describes itself as a "movement that builds power in the Latino community." The video, directed by Bauhaus Media Group and filmed in Guadalajara this month, is a montage of Fernández, shots of Clinton's campaign trail and... Read more
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Pitchfork
Bauhaus’ Career Chronicled in New Book BAUHAUS UNDEADEnglish goth rock band Bauhaus will have their career chronicled in a new book.
Bauhaus’ Career Chronicled in New Book BAUHAUS UNDEAD
Pitchfork / Posted 10 days ago
English goth rock band Bauhaus will have their career chronicled in a new book. It’s called BAUHAUS UNDEAD: The Visual History and Legacy of Bauhaus, and it’s curated by original member Kevin Haskins. Haskins shared personal materials and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Three hip Berlin hotels you must spend the night inonly one place to park themselves: Soho House. This eclectically decadent outpo
Three hip Berlin hotels you must spend the night in
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
only one place to park themselves: Soho House. This eclectically decadent outpost of Nick Jones’s empire, in a listed late-Bauhaus building in Mitte, offers rooms, apartments and even lofts furnished with grand pianos and Damien Hirst artwork.... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury music: Trashy, angry and estrogen-fueledis inspired by Keith Morris' vocal performances and Frank Turner's writing. Kal
Sudbury music: Trashy, angry and estrogen-fueled
The Sudbury Star / Posted 15 days ago
is inspired by Keith Morris' vocal performances and Frank Turner's writing. Kalei is influenced by post-punk bands such as Bauhaus and The Birthday Party. Cailyn has a background in electronic music, with a particular love for drum and bass. As a... Read more
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guardian-series
Small Wonder Record shop made Walthamstow a punk destinationspecialised in releasing music by punk bands up until its closure in 1983. Rele
Small Wonder Record shop made Walthamstow a punk destination
guardian-series / Posted 15 days ago
specialised in releasing music by punk bands up until its closure in 1983. Releases included Bela Lugosi’s Dead by Bauhaus, the contriversial first single from Robert Smith’s The Cure Killing an Arab in 1978, which Fiction later re-released... Read more
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Columbus Alive
‘Leap Before You Look’ opens at Wexprogressive ethic were early faculty additions Josef and Anni Albers, who reloc
‘Leap Before You Look’ opens at Wex
Columbus Alive / Posted 15 days ago
progressive ethic were early faculty additions Josef and Anni Albers, who relocated to the rural US south from Germany’s Bauhaus school, which incorporated crafts and the fine arts, among other progressive approaches. Josef Albers wrote of the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Top 10 art shows for the fallFuture Present": Always ahead of his time, the Hungarian-born artist, who moved
Top 10 art shows for the fall
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Future Present": Always ahead of his time, the Hungarian-born artist, who moved from Germany to Chicago to found the New Bauhaus and escape the Nazis, believed in art as a means of social betterment and transformation. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy moved... Read more
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The China Post
Golden Pin finalists rise to the challengeinterpret and potentially redefine it in the context of design."We can say that
Golden Pin finalists rise to the challenge
The China Post / Posted 17 days ago
interpret and potentially redefine it in the context of design."We can say that the German IP (intellectual property) is Bauhaus, Nordic design is minimalist and Japan has Zen, but we haven't heard or developed an IP that uniquely belongs to... Read more
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FOX News
The Ultimate Furniture-Buying Guide: A Four-Century TourArt Deco style: Binge-watch Hollywood "drawing room" classics from the 1930s, w
The Ultimate Furniture-Buying Guide: A Four-Century Tour
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
Art Deco style: Binge-watch Hollywood "drawing room" classics from the 1930s, when Deco was at the peak of its influence. Bauhaus (1920s -- 1940s) This game-changing school of design (literally a school) sprung up in Germany between the World... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Qvestrestored in a loving way. Kaune, who is also an art collector, filled his hote
The Qvest
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
restored in a loving way. Kaune, who is also an art collector, filled his hotel with furniture and art from the titans of Bauhaus and midcentury design: Arne Jacobsen, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, and the Eameses. I’m sure you’re now asking... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Crafty Cocktail Tour shaking up in downtown Orlandococktail bar. A Blood and Sand - Monkey Shoulder scotch, honeyball orange juic
Crafty Cocktail Tour shaking up in downtown Orlando
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
cocktail bar. A Blood and Sand - Monkey Shoulder scotch, honeyball orange juice, Carpano, and a oh-so-tasty cherry - from Bauhaus. This bar is in a pretty historic spot on the first floor of the Hanson building -one of the oldest buildings in... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
From UC Davis to the National Mall: Key architecture projects this fallruthlessly spare, flat-roofed modern houses and apartment blocks as early (and
From UC Davis to the National Mall: Key architecture projects this fall
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 days ago
ruthlessly spare, flat-roofed modern houses and apartment blocks as early (and expertly) as any member of the more famous Bauhaus school in Germany. You could even say he is the architect most directly responsible — more than R.M. Schindler,... Read more
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CNET
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe reviewand a neatly squared-off rear instead of the more contoured look embraced by ma
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe review
CNET / Posted 22 days ago
and a neatly squared-off rear instead of the more contoured look embraced by many other automakers. The Tahoe looks like a Bauhaus office building, all sheer sides and geometrical windows. The Tahoe looks like a Bauhaus office building, all sheer... Read more
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guardian-series
Line-up announced for 2016 Stow Festivalband, Puncture, in October 1977. The label went to release classic cuts by Cra
Line-up announced for 2016 Stow Festival
guardian-series / Posted 23 days ago
band, Puncture, in October 1977. The label went to release classic cuts by Crass, The Cravats, Cockney Rejects, The Cure, Bauhaus and many others. Central to the festival is an exhibition that contains a recreation of the original store as well... Read more
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Style Weekly
Diät, Vacant Life, Shadow Age and Unmaker at Strange Matterpractitioners of post punkisms are Diät. The German dark industrialists deliver
Diät, Vacant Life, Shadow Age and Unmaker at Strange Matter
Style Weekly / Posted 23 days ago
practitioners of post punkisms are Diät. The German dark industrialists deliver a stylized menace in the vein of early Bauhaus, Killing Joke and Crisis. The tension tilts on the group’s debut album, “Positive Energy,” burst with jagged,... Read more
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New York Magazine
To Do: September 7�21, 2016vases, and door handles to an assortment of drawings, photographs, and painting
To Do: September 7�21, 2016
New York Magazine / Posted 24 days ago
vases, and door handles to an assortment of drawings, photographs, and paintings, behold the aesthetic estuary where Bauhaus, minimalism, and visionary design combine into a sumptuous river of wanting, comfort, imagination, and art. When... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Editor’s Choice: Tom Wolfe’s ‘The Kingdom of Speech’in “The Painted Word” (that is, the art criticism of Clement Greenberg and Haro
Editor’s Choice: Tom Wolfe’s ‘The Kingdom of Speech’
The Buffalo News / Posted 26 days ago
in “The Painted Word” (that is, the art criticism of Clement Greenberg and Harold Rosenberg) and the architects in “From Bauhaus to Our House” – not to mention Leonard Bernstein’s party for the Black Panthers. We have here a long line of thinkers... Read more
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Miami New Times
Don't Be Fooled By the Black Clothes, Astari Nite Is Having the Time of Its Lifehas had the opportunity to meet and play as a supporting act for some of its ow
Don't Be Fooled By the Black Clothes, Astari Nite Is Having the Time of Its Life
Miami New Times / Posted 28 days ago
has had the opportunity to meet and play as a supporting act for some of its own musical heroes, including Peter Murphy of Bauhaus and Andy Rourke of the Smiths. Last year, after flying back from Leipzig, Germany, from the Wave Gotik Treffen... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
20 local Phoenix music picks for September 2016"Strawberry Lashes" EP is the sound of Paper Foxes exploring new sounds, inspir
20 local Phoenix music picks for September 2016
The Arizona Republic / Posted 28 days ago
"Strawberry Lashes" EP is the sound of Paper Foxes exploring new sounds, inspired by the likes of Interpol, Bloc Party, Bauhaus and the Pixies. "I'm very excited and proud of this EP," says CJ Jacobson. "It's nothing like any previous... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hitler's Nazi holiday camp built to rival Butlin's is now luxury blockentertainment, catered meals and organised fun based around Nazi propaganda, an
Hitler's Nazi holiday camp built to rival Butlin's is now luxury block
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
entertainment, catered meals and organised fun based around Nazi propaganda, and it even won an award in 1937 for its Bauhaus design Nearly three miles of beachfront concrete buildings fell under communist East German control after the war... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
the best hotels near AlexanderplatzSoho House occupies eight floors of a late Bauhaus building in Mitte, 12 minute
the best hotels near Alexanderplatz
Daily Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Soho House occupies eight floors of a late Bauhaus building in Mitte, 12 minutes’ walk from Alexanderplatz. The building is of special historical interest even by Berlin standards, since it was previously used as a centre for Hitler’s Brownshirts and... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam Chomskybad, MSG-headache-producing, Chinese lunch," critic Rosalind E. Krauss wrote at
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam Chomsky
Dundas Star News / Posted 1 months ago
bad, MSG-headache-producing, Chinese lunch," critic Rosalind E. Krauss wrote at the time. His book on architecture, "From Bauhaus to Our House," led Time reviewer Robert Hughes to conclude that Wolfe held "a kind of supercilious rancour and a... Read more
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EuroNews
The Sydney 'Fifties Fair' a look back at a time of unique designsome of the social problems of that era but I’m still seeing things I like abou
The Sydney 'Fifties Fair' a look back at a time of unique design
EuroNews / Posted 1 months ago
some of the social problems of that era but I’m still seeing things I like about that time.” The venue for the show is the Bauhaus-styled Rose Seidler House designed by renowned Australian architect Harry Seidler. The radical architecture... Read more
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The Hindu
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bumpthe era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night c
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bump
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
the era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920’s, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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dna
Lakme Fashion Week: First time mum-to-be Kareena epitomises pregnancy glam walking for SabyasachiWeek Facebook account) It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs
Lakme Fashion Week: First time mum-to-be Kareena epitomises pregnancy glam walking for Sabyasachi
dna / Posted 1 months ago
Week Facebook account) It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920's, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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The Hindu
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bumpthe era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night c
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bump
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
the era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920’s, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Jane Thompson, 89, award-winning designer, urban plannerlike sorrel then,” she told the Globe in 1993. Meanwhile, the couple’s Willard
Jane Thompson, 89, award-winning designer, urban planner
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
like sorrel then,” she told the Globe in 1993. Meanwhile, the couple’s Willard Street house in Cambridge was home to Bauhaus chairs and bright Marimekko fabrics. The back wall was glass, which allowed Mrs. Thompson to gaze at her roses... Read more
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InDesign
Is Investing in Classic Design the Answer to Throwaway Culture?was still prevalent throughout Germany in the mid 1950s. So, when the 369 armch
Is Investing in Classic Design the Answer to Throwaway Culture?
InDesign / Posted 1 months ago
was still prevalent throughout Germany in the mid 1950s. So, when the 369 armchair came on the scene, the attitude of Bauhaus, the avant-garde and Scandinavia, coupled with the recent invention of plastic, made flowing forms and sweeping vital... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Essential Arts & Culture: Norton Simon keeps its Cranachs, Doug Aitken lands at MOCA, the power of 'Carré'Invisible podcast has a pretty terrific story about the photographs of Lucia Mo
Essential Arts & Culture: Norton Simon keeps its Cranachs, Doug Aitken lands at MOCA, the power of 'Carré'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
Invisible podcast has a pretty terrific story about the photographs of Lucia Moholy, who documented the architecture of the Bauhaus. Moholy lost her negatives when she was forced to flee Germany during World War II. They were rescued by architect... Read more

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