We headed down to the Barbican Centre recently to check out the ‘Bauhaus: Art as Life’ exhibition, and we weren’t disappointed. Featuring works from the world’s most famous art school, the Bauhaus masters of art showcase an array of paintings, sculpture, photography, design and technology.
Opening in 1919 and lasting for only 14 years, the German Art School gained popularity after the First World War with their modern vision, uniting both art and technology, with a vision to change society. A truly fascinating exhibition which exposes the skill, the technique and the vision the school had, as well as the turblent history which ultimately led to its closure.
As always, we didn't forget to check out the gift shop on the way out (of course it’s there..) - and now proud owners of this tote bag!