Art: Historic A B Cs

To be whole and healthy a body has great need of a brain. The vast realm of modern commercial designing has a similar need. No candidates for this cortical job in the U. S. have appeared with sounder title to it than a half-dozen recent emigrants from Germany. Their common background: the famous Bauhaus (Building House), which had an incandescent pioneering success in Germany between 1919 and 1933. To show what this background was, Manhattan's rich, responsible Museum of Modern Art last week opened the first comprehensive show of Bauhaus work yet held...

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