Bauhaus , 
Bauhaus : art as life / Barbican Art Gallery.
- [London] : Barbican Art Gallery, 
- Physical Description:
-  unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 15 cm
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- Cover title.
"Free gallery guide, 3 May-12 Aug."--Front Cover.
"Bauhaus: Art as Life explores the world's most famous modern art and design school. A driving force in modernism, the Bauhaus sought to change society in the aftermath of World War I and to find a new way of living. The exhibition presents the pioneering and diverse artistic production that makes up the school's turbulent fourteen-year history from 1919 to 1933. It delves into the subjects at the heart of the Bauhaus through more than 400 works, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, furniture, graphics, product design, theatre, architecture, film and photography"-- Page 
- Subject Terms:
- Art, Modern -- Exhibitions.Barbican Art Gallery -- Exhibitions.Bauhaus -- Exhibitions.