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Thormann, Olaf. Editor.
Cl. Leipzig. 2019
During the early twentieth century, Saxony was a hub of the textile, luminaire and furniture industries and played an essential role in the serial production and dissemination of key Bauhaus designs. The typography and visual aesthetic of the Bauhaus found its way into Saxon publications, such as the prominent lifestyle magazine "die neue linie"; the institution also left a striking mark on Saxony’s modernist architecture and, not least, in art galleries and museums in Dresden, Chemnitz and Leipzig, which frequently exhibited works by Bauhaus Masters. German English Grassi Museum Pub.
592 pp., Many B/W illus.