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A New Unity: The Life and Afterlife of Bauhaus

Hommage a l’Hexagone (Portfolio), by Victor Vasarely, 1969, screenprint, gift of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Glickman.

A University of Arizona Museum of Art exhibition evokes the true spirit of Bauhaus by bringing together the Department of German Studies; the Letterpress Lab; the Schools of Art, Music and Theatre; and CAPLA. Collaborations like these fueled the innovation that led to Bauhaus’ global and lasting reputation. “We really wanted to feature the afterlife as much as the life of the Bauhaus because of the amazing collection we have at the UAMA,” says exhibition curator Morah Riedl, Ed Slowik Curatorial Intern and recent MA alumna in Art History.

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Coming up on Aug. 5, a conversation with Alex Macias Art.

from the University of Arizona School of Art 
with Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block.
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