IN THE REVIEW

Hausbroken

The Bauhaus, Weimar, Dessau, Berlin, Chicago

by Hans M. Wingler, translated by Wolfgang Jabs, translated by Basil Gilbert

Painting, Photography, Film

by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, translated by Janet Seligman
Hans Wingler’s magnificent book The Bauhaus begins with two illustrated flyleaves. Both are nearly blank. On the left, just slightly off center and near the bottom, is a sketchy drawing by Paul Klee in facsimile. It illustrates the “Idea and Structure” of the Bauhaus, the pioneering school of design founded …