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Introduction

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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... Architecture: Fashion, Gender and Modernity’, in Architecture in Fashion, ed. Deborah Fausch et al. (Princeton, NJ: Princeton Architectural Press, 1994), 38–123; Hilde Heynen, ‘Places of the Everyday. Women Critics in Architecture/Plekken van...

A Controversial Figure

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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... Is Architectuur’: Sleutelteksten Uit de 20ste Eeuw., edited by Hilde Heynen, André Loeckx, Lieven De Cauter and Karina Van Herck (Rotterdam: 010, 2001), 67–71. Authors such as Hermann Muthesius and Adolf Loos likewise advocated a strong, wilful and virile...

Teaching as a Vocation

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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...Sibyl Moholy-Nagy proudly declared herself a ‘DCT (Devoted Classroom Teacher), the lowest species on the academic ladder’. In an interview with a students’ periodical, she clarified that she had made it her ‘life task to scuttle academic...

Life Trajectory

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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... October 1934 (AAA 951/0156) – translation Hilde Heynen. László and Sibyl married in London on 25 January 1935. Moholy was in the process of transferring his work from Amsterdam to London in that period, but he was only actually joined...

Vernacular Architecture and the Uses of the Past

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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... Minimum-Mass’ in, Neues Bauen, Neues Gestalten. Das Neue Frankfurt/Die Neue Stadt. Eine Zeitschrift Zwischen 1926 Und 1933, ed. Heinz Hirdina (Berlin: Elefanten, 1984), 215–16 (translation Hilde Heynen). Sibyl Moholy-Nagy’s assumption...

The Great City and its Civic Culture

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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...In 1954, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy declared her love for the great city. As a reaction to the widespread idea that the big city had failed and that the future of planning and housing ought to be sought in green-belt towns and suburbs, she took up...

Modernism and the Forces of History

Hilde Heynen

Hilde Heynen is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sibyl Moholy-Nagy : Architecture, modernism and its discontents

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2016

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...From a very young age onwards, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy identified with progressive and avant-garde movements in Weimar Germany. As became clear in Chapter 1 (‘Life trajectory’), she saw herself as part of a group of artists and intellectuals who...