Exhibition: “Radical Geometries: Bauhaus Prints, 1919-33”

L.Moholy-Nagy, Gelber Kreis / Gemälde, 1921

L.Moholy-Nagy, Gelber Kreis / Gemälde, 1921, © akg-images


“Radical Geometries,” on display at the Museum of Fine Arts from February 9th - June 23rd, marks the Bauhaus centennial with a group of more than 60 works on paper, primarily prints.

“Radical Geometries” is timed to coincide with a wide range of centennial Bauhaus exhibitions across the country and the globe, including “The Bauhaus and Harvard” at the Harvard Art Museums and “Arresting Fragments: Object Photography at the Bauhaus” at the MIT Museum. A companion exhibition at the MFA, “Postwar Visions: European Photography, 1945–60,” explores the continuing influence of Bauhaus abstraction in the decades following World War II.

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