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Flatiron Building, New York - Walter Gropius, 1928.
After Gropius resigned from the Bauhaus, the influential German design school he had founded and directed for almost a decade, he visited the United States. He was surprised to find that much American architecture was less modern than that of the stripped-down “machine-aesthetic” Bauhaus style. This startling photograph nevertheless reveals that Gropius found the Flatiron’s prowlike profile irresistibly exciting, despite the building’s old-fashioned decoration.
Photography - Gelatin silver print, 23.4 x 17.5 cm.
Permanent Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
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