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January 18, 2010

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Charlotta

Looks wonderful!
Sometimes I wished I lived closer to the City!
Char

kellee

Hey Laura, I'm a huge Bauhaus fan, so very much appreciated your post! I've been to the Bauhaus Archiv in Berlin, which is small but perfectly formed - it's kind of enough to be in such a beautiful building, and seeing the seperate rooms for artwork, furniture design, architecture and video footage is the icing on the cake. If you're interested in the movement, I have an excellent book entitled "Bauhaus Women" by Ulrike Muller (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bauhaus-Women-Art-Handicraft-Design/dp/2080301209/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1263934990&sr=8-1 ) which showcases the work of the often-overlooked women in the Bauhaus, who created some really innovative and modern work.
Enjoy! :)

Jenny

YEAH! Agreed! There was an Anni Albers tablecloth that was pretty much the nicest thing I've ever seen.

Catherine

It sounds like a great exhibition. I will definitely check it out since I live in NYC. I love the way you presented it in your post. Your image selection captures the essence of the exhibit. Have a good day! Take care.

Erin

I'm so sad that I will most likely not get to it before it closes. It looks like it is amazing.

Sophia

I'm feeling a bit faint... I've just stumbled upon your site and I'm reeling. Such an inspiration.

Logo Design

I, too can't wait to see it! I posted about it a couple of weeks ago. I'm a bit nervous about being disappointed, because it's a story I love so much. The reviews I had seen weren't so favorable, so I'm glad to see Janet Clare's comment.

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