Ulrike Muller studied ecclesiastical music, philosophy, theology, and literary sciences in Hamburg. She lives in Weimar where she works as a museum curator and city guide.
The first monograph on the female painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, and designers of the vanguard Bauhaus School, who helped shape the cultural history of the twentieth century.
Although women formed the majority of the Bauhaus's student body in its early years, the role they played in shaping the school's radical agenda has been largely ignored. Now Bauhaus Women comes along to correct the historical record. New York Times