The wall hangings of Bauhaus textile artist Gunta Stolzl.
A new book on Gunta Stolz from MoMA has just hit the shelves.
Thanks for the tip Carolyn!
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I just got the list of items at the Bauhaus retrospective at MoMA this september. There are going to be so many textiles and ceramics it’ll melt your mind.
Also! if you are ever near the guggenheim, check out this wicked Frank Lloyd Wright designed theater curtain:
Whoa – Bauhaus retrospective at MoMA?? Awesome! Love these weaves…
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Thanks for the info Aug. Can’t wait to see this stuff IRL. Yeaahhhh!
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