This opus OOB#3 's theme is "Bauhaus Storm".
« Architects, sculptors, painters : we must all return to craftsmanship, because there is no professional art. There is no essential difference between the artist and the craftsman. » Walter Gropius (1883 – 1969), founder and director of the Bauhaus (1919 – 1928) .
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Here we are ... two years already, that OOB was born.
Two years of pure joy, fabulous artistic encounters around the world, challenges, creations ...
And especially two years of amazing surprises! My team and I, never dreamed that one day OOB would be read even beyond our borders, from Seoul to New York, via Sao Paolo, Oslo, Singapore ...
So first of all THANK YOU! Thank you from all of us!
The Bauhaus was a German art movement from 1919 to about 1933, which encompassed architecture, design, photography, costumes and dance.
Let's take a closer look at the Bauhaus, its values, its resilience and innovation ...
A true model of democratic education for a "new man" in an industrialized society, which emphasized the movement itself, not the interpreter.
Despite history, the Bauhaus is always present around us. It is here on the facade of a building, in the design of your office chair, in objects that we see and use every day, in the paintings of masters that are now our references and our "classics".
"Architects, sculptors, painters; we must all return to craftsmanship, because there is no professional art. There is no essential difference between the artist and the craftsman. "Walter Gropius (1883-1969), founder and director of the Bauhaus (1919-1928)