(1866 - 1962)
William Wauer was active/lived in Germany. William Wauer is known for painting and sculpture.
Biography William Wauer
From 1884 to 1887, William Wauer (1866-1962) studied at the art academies in Dresden and Berlin, then in Munich. He continued his education in San Francisco, New York and Leipzig. Afterwards, he worked as an art critic and editor, then as a theater director in Berlin. From 1913, he directed movies.
In 1918, he exhibited for the first time his sculptures at the 61st exhibition of the gallery ‘Der Sturm’. In the 1920s, Wauer worked for the Bauhaus directed by Walter Gropius. In 1924, he founded the International Association of ‘Expressionists, Cubists, Futurists and Constructivists’ (later ‘Abstracts’). During the Third Reich, Wauer was prohibited to exhibit his works. After the war, he worked as a
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