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The Bauhaus and the Russian avant-garde
Résumé In 1995, Jean-Claude Marcadé declared that research into the relationship between the Bauhaus and the Russian avant-garde was essentially nonexistent. In recent years, new studies on the Hungarian Bauhaus master László Moholy-Nagy and his compatriots Lajos Kassák, Béla Uitz, and Alfréd Kemény, have yielded fresh insights into the development and transfer of ideas. The essay provides an overview of the most important mediators, publications, and private and state initiatives that undertook to promote exchange between the two sides.
   
Mots-clés Bauhaus, Russian avant-garde
   
Citation Bonnefoit, R. (2017). The Bauhaus and the Russian avant-garde (Ian Pepper, Trans.). In The Revolution is dead. Long live the Revolution! From Malevich to Judd. (pp. 54-61). Munich, London, New York: Prestel.
   
Type Chapitre de livre (Anglais)
Année 2017
Titre du livre The Revolution is dead. Long live the Revolution! From Malevich to Judd
Editeur commercial Prestel (Munich, London, New York)
Pages 54-61
Traducteur Ian Pepper