The irrepressible Wolfe has a satiric go at the pretensions of Bauhaus art, attitudes and architecture. ‘Starting from zero’, ‘bourgeois’, the Cubists, Fauvists, Secessionists and every ‘ism’ comes under the gun, including Post-Modernism. Wolfe follows architectural design from Europe to America where Bauhaus was embraced in earnest and explores, with due irony,  the vast contradiction between the bare, spare impersonal and abstract Bauhaus architecture and the exuberant, muscle-flexing populace that it serves.  Illustrated with black and white photos