Automatic Max Bill Watch
The lessons of the Bauhaus, where Max Bill was a pupil of Walter Gropius, were not lost on this famous designer, architect, and painter, whose work is represented in the Museum's collection. This re-edition of one of his renowned designs of the 1960s incorporates the structural clarity and precise proportions for which his work is known. The Automatic Max Bill Watch has a stainless-steel case, Plexiglas crystal, sweep second hand, 21-jewel Swiss mechanical movement, calfskin band, and self-winding mechanism. Made by Junghans, the original manufacturer. One-year warranty.
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This influential school of avant-garde art, design, and architecture of the twentieth century was a vibrant laboratory for redefining artistic practice in the modern age. Founded in 1919 and shut down by the Nazis in 1933, the Bauhaus brought together artists, architects, and designers in an extraordinary conversation about the nature of art in the age of technology. Aiming to rethink the very form of modern life, the Bauhaus became the site of a dazzling array of experiments in the visual arts that have profoundly shaped our visual world today.