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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Bauhaus: 1919–1928

7 December 1938 to 30 January 1939

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MoMA Staff

Installer
Herbert Bayer  American, born Austria. 1900–1985

Artists

Mordecai Ardon (Ardon-Bronstein)
Israeli, 1896–1992
3 exhibitions
Herbert Bayer
American, born Austria. 1900–1985
32 exhibitions
Otti Berger
Yugoslav, 1898–1945; at Bauhaus 1926–32
1 exhibition
George Grosz
American, born Germany. 1893–1959
77 exhibitions
Josef Hartwig
German, 1880–1955
4 exhibitions
Gustav Hassenpflug
German, 1907–1977; at Bauhaus 1927–29
1 exhibition
Florence Henri
American, 1893–1982
5 exhibitions
Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack
German, 1893–1965
3 exhibitions
Hubert Hoffmann
German, 1904–1999; at Bauhaus 1926–31
1 exhibition
Johannes Itten
Swiss, 1888–1967
5 exhibitions
Carl Jakob Jucker
Swiss, 1902–1997
2 exhibitions
Vasily Kandinsky
French, born Russia. 1866–1944
80 exhibitions
Peter Keler
German, 1898–1982; at Bauhaus 1921–25
1 exhibition
Juliet Kepes
American
5 exhibitions
Paul Klee
German, born Switzerland. 1879–1940
132 exhibitions
Otto Lindig
German, 1895–1966
1 exhibition
Heinz Loew
German, 1903–1981
1 exhibition
Gerhard Marcks
German, 1889–1981
24 exhibitions
Adolf Meyer
German, 1881–1929
2 exhibitions
Else Mögelin
German, 1887–1982; at Bauhaus 1919–23
1 exhibition
László Moholy-Nagy
American, born Hungary. 1895–1946
73 exhibitions
Farkas Molnár
Hungarian, 1897–1945
1 exhibition
Oscar Niemeyer
Brazilian, 1907–2012
9 exhibitions
Karl Otten
German, 1889–1963
1 exhibition
Don Page
2 exhibitions
Gyula Pap
Hungarian, 1899–1983
1 exhibition
Hans Przyrembel
German, 1900–1945; at Bauhaus 1924–28
1 exhibition
Alex Reed
2 exhibitions
Otto Rittweger
German, 1904–1965; at Bauhaus 1923–28
1 exhibition
Karl-Peter Röhl
German, 1890–1975
1 exhibition
Alfred Roth
Swiss, 1930–1998
1 exhibition
Kurt Schmidt
German, 1901–1991; at Bauhaus 1920–25
1 exhibition
Kurt Schwerdtfeger
1 exhibition
Alma Siedhoff-Buscher
German, 1899–1944
1 exhibition
Naum Slutzky
Ukrainian, 1894–1965; at Bauhaus 1919–1924
1 exhibition
Gunta Stölzl
Swiss, born Germany. 1897–1983
5 exhibitions
Wolfgang Tümpel
German, 1903–1978; at Bauhaus 1922–24
2 exhibitions
Wilhelm Wagenfeld
German, 1900–1990
5 exhibitions
Nikolai Wassiljew
1 exhibition
Marguerite Wildenhain
American, born France. 1896–1985
6 exhibitions
Fritz Winter
German, 1905–1976
4 exhibitions
F.R.S. Yorke
English, 1906–1962
3 exhibitions
Adams-Teltscher, Georg
Austrian,1904–1983; at Bauhaus 1921–23
1 exhibition
Anni Albers
American, born Germany. 1899–1994
14 exhibitions
Hannes Beckmann
American, 1909–1977
2 exhibitions
Lyonel Feininger
American, 1871–1956
64 exhibitions
Werner David Feist
German, 1909–1998
1 exhibition
Fred Forbat
1897–1972
1 exhibition
Edwin Maxwell Fry
British, 1899–1987
3 exhibitions
Josef Albers
American, born Germany. 1888–1976
39 exhibitions
Max Bill
Swiss, 1908–1994
12 exhibitions
Theodor Bogler
German, 1897–1968
3 exhibitions
Marianne Brandt
German, 1893–1983
5 exhibitions
Hin Bredendieck
German, 1904–1995
1 exhibition
Marcel Breuer
American, born Hungary. 1902–1981
30 exhibitions
Peer Bücking
German, 1906–1940
1 exhibition
Christian Dell
German, 1893–1974
3 exhibitions
Erich Dieckmann
German, 1896–1944
2 exhibitions
Franz Ehrlich
German, 1907–1984; at Bauhaus 1927–30
1 exhibition
Albrecht Heubner
German, 1908–1945
5 exhibitions
Takehiko Mizutani
1 exhibition
Oskar Schlemmer
German, 1888–1943
45 exhibitions
Chelucci
1 exhibition
Mike Crane
1 exhibition
Lawrence Cuneo
1 exhibition
Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper)
Dutch, 1883–1931
31 exhibitions
Martha Erps
1 exhibition
Francis Fairweather
1 exhibition
Margrit Fischer
1 exhibition
Miriam French
1 exhibition
Lotte Gerson
1 exhibition
Alexander Giampietro
3 exhibitions
Toma Grote
1 exhibition
Milton Kalish
1 exhibition
Wallace Kamman
1 exhibition
Ida Kerkovius
1 exhibition
Josef Knau
1 exhibition
Richard Koppe
1 exhibition
Kenneth Kurtz
1 exhibition
Lothar Lang
1 exhibition
Nathan Lerner
1 exhibition
Loines
1 exhibition
W. Menzel
1 exhibition
Edna Morse
1 exhibition
Klaus Neumann
1 exhibition
Heinz Nösselt
1 exhibition
Richard Pavlicek
1 exhibition
Maria Rasch
1 exhibition
Alexander Schawinsky
1 exhibition
Schlauch
1 exhibition
Grace Seelig
1 exhibition
Hope Stephens
1 exhibition
Marco Vici
1 exhibition
Werner Zimmermann
1 exhibition
Walter Gropius
German, 1883–1969
24 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

7 December 1938

RECEPTION OPENS BAUHAUS DISPLAY; German Movement Has Wide Variety of Creative Work at Modern Art Museum PAINTING TO RUGS ON LIST Abstract Motion Picture Runs Continuously -- Sculpture and Typography Shown Size Suggests Louvre Installation Never Dull New Municipal Show

By Edward Alden JEWELL

The Museum of Modern Art, in its temporary quarters at 14 West Forty-ninth Street, opened last evening with a reception and preview, a large exhibition devoted to the German Bauhaus, which was established by Walter Gropius at Weimar in 1919.

New York Times • page 28 • 1,144 words