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Bauhaus: Between revolution and reaction 1919-1932

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a talk by Roger Huddle

The Bauhaus first opened its doors in the midst of a raging revolutionary storm that struck Europe immediately after the First World War. In this talk Roger Huddle looks at the history of the school in Germany and the uneasy balance between architecture, industry and politics. He also disusses the relationship between art, crafts and modernism in the continually envolving curriculum. Finally, he situates the school in the Weimer Republic along side the growth of Nazism.

Roger Huddle is Events Organiser for the Friends of the William Morris Gallery: a lifelong socialist, he worked as a typographic designer and studied photography at Polytechic of Central London, Art History at Birkbeck. art and writing at Norwich School of Art and Design.

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