Kurt Kranz Bauhaus and Today, Near Fine, Smithsonian Institution exhibition ca..

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Reichard, Stephen, Washington D.C.: The Smithsonian Institution, 1973.
English, softcover 4to 8 1/4" x 9", unpaginated.

 Near Fine perfectbound catalog with glossy silver French fold wraps, black text to cover and spine, minor rubbing to front and rear panels, else clean with tightly glued binding, and unmarked interior, 8 1/4" x 9". Published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition of the work of Bauhaus luminary Kurt Kranz held at eleven different museums, galleries and art centers between 1973 and 1975. Includes Texts in English by Max Bense, John David Farmer, Theodore Heinrich, Alfred Moir, Stephen Reichard, George Rickey and Eduard Sekler. Unpaginated 34 pp. includes a short biography of the artist in English, French and German tracing his career from joining the Bauhaus to studying with Klee and Kandinsky, to his move to Berlin and subsequent Professorships, major exhibitions and residencies. A list of plates is separated into the following categories: Formsequences (Four Films), Photo Montages, Pencil Drawings, Folding Pencil Drawings, Watercolors, Folding Watercolors, Folding Mixed-media, Acrylics, Folding Acrylics, Assemblages, and Serigraphs. Replete with full-color and black-and-white illustrations, each with captions in English, French and German.