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Final Weekend: Bauhaus at MoMA

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This weekend marks the final days of the Museum of Modern Art's homage to the Bauhaus, the early-20th-century German school and movement that fostered and supported early modernism leaders like Marcel Breuer and Walter Gropius. The MoMA's exhibition Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity opened on November 8, 2009, and is the museum's first major show featuring the Bauhaus in over 70 years.

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  Torten housing estate isometric drawing by Walter Gropius. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Torten housing estate isometric drawing by Walter Gropius. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Torten housing estate elevation drawing by Walter Gropius. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Torten housing estate elevation drawing by Walter Gropius. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Maibild by Paul Klee. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Maibild by Paul Klee. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Wall-painting design for the stairwell of the Weimar Bauhaus building by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy of Museum of Modern Art.
    Wall-painting design for the stairwell of the Weimar Bauhaus building by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy of Museum of Modern Art.
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  Armchair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Armchair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  A 18 by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    A 18 by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Design for a poster for Internationale Hygiene by Erich Mrozek. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Design for a poster for Internationale Hygiene by Erich Mrozek. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Untitled drawing by Kurt Kranz. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Untitled drawing by Kurt Kranz. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Coffee and tea set by Marianne Brandt. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Coffee and tea set by Marianne Brandt. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Design for a cinema by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Design for a cinema by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Design for a kiosk and display boards by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Design for a kiosk and display boards by Herbert Bayer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Wall hanging by Anni Albers. Image courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art.
    Wall hanging by Anni Albers. Image courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art.
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  Skyscrapers on Transparent Yellow by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.  Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R
    Skyscrapers on Transparent Yellow by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.

    Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R

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  Set of stacking tables by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.  Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R
    Set of stacking tables by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.

    Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R

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  Gitterbild by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.  Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R
    Gitterbild by Josef Albers. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.

    Courtesy of: Albers Foundation/Art R

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  Wassily Chair by Marcel Breuer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.
    Wassily Chair by Marcel Breuer. Image courtesy the Museum of Modern Art.

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