"Z II." 1925. László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) made this work while he was teaching at the Bauhaus, exploring the intersection of abstract elements in abstract space. Broken forms, in varying degrees of transparency, slide past each other on illusory spatial planes, illustrating the artist's longtime interest in the function and effects of light. He also experimented with photography—a medium closely aligned with the credo of the Bauhaus: "Art and Technology: A New Unity.".
Untitled (1958) by Brazilian artist Lygia Pape (1927-2004). via pictures of the year
Bauhaus Weimar, exhibition postcard, 1923
Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart, Composition no. 15, 1925
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946), a Hungarian painter and photographer, had his own take on the art of the Russian avant-garde, clearly taking up Malevich’s Suprematism and El Lissitsky’s Constuctivism...
1929 : planche tirée du livre pour enfant "Mein Vogel Bird Paradies" (mon oiseau de Paradis) de Carl Ernst Hinkefuss (1881-1971). Ce designer graphique membre du Bauhaus créa ce livre d'illustration utilisant des formes fondamentales abstraites afin d'encourager les enfants à faire leurs propres créations sur ce principe.