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Bauhaus student work, 1919-1933

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Finding aid for Bauhaus student work, 1919-1933
Series XI. Photography, 1922-1933 n.d. 80.0 items
80 photographs, photocollages, glass negatives, and advertisements prepared for Water Peterhans and possibly other professors. Photographers include Theo Ballmer (1), Lotte Beese (1), Alma Buscher (1), Karl Cieluszek (1), Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927-1930 (9), Hans Finsler (1), Irene Hoffmann, 1931 (1), Hilde Hubbuch (1), Waldemar Hüsing (3), Ernst Kallai (1), Lucia Moholy-Nagy, 1931 (1), Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930 (1), Nelly Peissachowitz, 1932-1933 (1), Naftaly Rubinstein (1), Arthur Schmidt (8), Joost Schmidt (4), Herbert Schürmann (1), Umbo, 1928, ca. 1930 (3), Marc Vaux, ca. 1930 (1), and unidentified photographers (7). Other items include a series of 22 photographs by Theo Ballmer illustrating experiments with lighting, exposure, and focus; four advertisements by Xanti Schawinsky for Most Chocolates; and one notebook kept by Erich Mrozek on Peterhans's photography course, ca. 1929-1930. Glass plate negatives include experimental images by Edmund Collein (4) and Franz Ehrlich (1), 1928-1932.
Box Folder
1 17 Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930
1 notebook on Walter Peterhans's photography course.
Box
2 Alma Buscher, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life.
2 Karl Cieluszek, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life of wood texture and an iron key.
2 Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927-1929
1 photocollage.
2 Irene Hoffmann, 1931
1 photocollage.
2 Hilde Hubbuch, n.d.
1 photograph collage.
2 Ernst Kallai, n.d.
1 photograph of collage of a policeman.
2 Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930
1 still life of crumpled newspaper for Peterhans's photography course.
2 Nelly Peissachowitz, 1932-1933
1 still life for Peterhans' photography course.
2 Joost Schmidt, n.d.
3 photographs and 1 contact sheet strip of still lifes of plastic forms.
2 Herbert Schürmann, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life.
2 Unidentified students, , 1922 n.d.
2 1 photocollage of the bust of Nefertiti, n.d.
2 1 double-exposed or long-exposure photograph of a man sitting in a Breuer chair, ca. 1922
2 1 photocollage of lightbulbs, possibly a preparatory work for an advertisement for Osram, n.d.
2 1 still life of currency with the inscription "Was kost die Welt!", n.d.
2 2 still lifes of metallic ball and textiles, n.d.
2 Lotte Beese, photograph of Xanti Schawinsky, ca. 1928
4x5 black/white photograph printed with hatch-marks or lines across the portrait.
Box
3 Edmund Collein, ca. 1928-1932
4 glass negatives titled "Lichtplastische Studien I-IV".
3 Franz Ehrlich, ca. 1928-1932
1 glass negative titled "Studier arbeit."
Box Folder
13* 1 Theo Ballmer, n.d.
13* 1 22 photographs on 8 boards illustrating experiments with lighting, focus, exposure, etc., n.d.
1 board contains cloth sample and a sample of wood veneer.
13* 1 1 photograph of a boat, n.d.
13* 2 Erich Comeriner, 1927-1930
13* 2 3 photomontages, ca. 1927-1929
with 1 photomontage by an unknown student.
13* 2 5 photographs, including 2 of mannequins and 2 of building exteriors, ca. 1930
13* 3 Jean Arp, ca. 1930
1 photograph of wooden leaves placed according to the laws of chance, photograph by Marc Vaux.
13* 3 Hans Finsler, n.d.
1 photograph of a platter of chocolates.
13* 3 Lucia Moholy-Nagy, 1931
1 photograph of a rooftop.
13* 3 Naftaly Rubinstein, n.d.
1 photograph of a tortoise.
Box Folder
14* 1 Xanti Schawinsky, n.d.
4 photographs for advertisements of Most Chocolates, matted with 2 press clippings featuring an advertisement by Schawinsky and a biographical article, n.d.
14* 2 Arthur Schmidt, ca. 1929-1930
8 photographs, many done for Walter Peterhans's photography course.
14* 3 Umbo, 1928-ca. 1930
3 portraits, including a portrait of a woman, and "Ruth."
Oversize
4** Waldemar Hüsing, 1930
3 abstract photographs on blueprint paper.


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