volume III, number 1 (january 2003)

Central European Architectural Students at the Bauhaus


CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Introduction: Central European Students at the Bauhaus
Dora Wiebenson

Epilogue: A Case Study
Andras Ferkai

Biographies
HUNGARY
Andras Ferkai

BAUHAUS STUDENTS
Marcel Breuer
Farkas Molnar
Pal Forgo
Erno Lichtenthal
Laszlo Szabo
Tibor Weiner

BAUHAUS ASSOCIATES
Alfred Forbat
Istvan Sebok

SCHOOLS ASSOCIATED WITH THE BAUHAUS
Muhely
Atelier Muveszeti Tervezo
Muhelyiskola

CZECHOLSLOVAKIA
Nicholas Sawicki

BAUHAUS STUDENTS
Zdenek Rossmann
Josef Hausenblas
Otto Eisler
Ladislav Foltyn
Antonin Urban
Vladmir Nemecek
Vaclav Zraly

BAUHAUS ASSOCIATES
Karel Teige
Peer Bucking

POLAND
Samuel Albert

BAUHAUS STUDENTS
Max Sinowjewitsch Krajewski
Arieh Sharon
Munio Weinreb (Gitai)
Edgar Hecht (Hed)
Chanan Frenkl
Isaac Weinfeld
Shlomo Bernstein
Schmuel Mestechkin

BULGARIA
Milka Bliznakov

BAUHAUS STUDENTS
Niccola Diulgheroff

YUGOSLAVIA

BAUHAUS STUDENTS
Avgust Cernigoj
Andrej Hrausky

Selman Selmanagic
Heide Frensel

Gustav Bohutinsky
Karin Serman and Dubravko Bacic

Article
Nikola Dobrovic
Milos Perovic

Reviews
Karen R. Koehler: THE GENDERED WORLD OF THE BAUHAUS: THE POLITICS OF POWER AT THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC’S
PREMIER ART INSTITUTE, 1919-1932 by Anja Baumhoff; and THE BAUHAUS AND AMERICA: FIRST CONTACTS by Margret Kentgens-Craig

Eric Mumford: THE MINIMUM DWELLING by Karl Teige (trans., intro. Eric Dluhosch).

Kathleen James-Chakraborty: WEIMAR SURFACES. URBAN VISUAL CULTURE IN 1920S GERMANY by Janet Ward

Paul B. Jaskot: GERMAN ARCHITECTURE FOR A MASS AUDIENCE by Kathleen James-Chakraborty