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Tomb in Three Parts (1923) by Paul Klee seems at first glance a typical Bauhaus exercise in colour and form. In fact it looks back, through the pixellating lens of geometrical abstraction, to brooding Germanic Romanticism, and owes more to the spiritualit

Bauhaus: Art as Life

Following the current trend of fascination with Bauhaus, the Barbican offers its own take on the contentious movement

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