Only the Intellect Counts
From Bauhaus to the World. Memories
Manfred Metzner (Hg.)
Bauhaus Weimar, Berlin, Paris, Tunisia, Algeria, North, Central and South America, New York, Basel, Paris: These are just some of the way stations in the life of Ré Soupault, Bauhaus student, avant-garde film producer, fashion journalist, fashion designer, photographer, translator, radio essayist, writer. With her clear and incorruptible perspective she described the world in upheaval, marked by two world wars. At the same time, her writing provides a succinct account of the cultural life of Europe’s avant-garde.
Publisher: Das Wunderhorn