The Museum of Avant-garde

Hajo Rose

Germany (1910—1989)
Rose studied at Bauhaus under Albers, Klee, Kandinsky and Schmidt, with whom he attended the workshop for advertising, typography and printing as well as the photography course with Peterhans. He worked as Moholy-Nagy’s assistant in Berlin and moved to Amsterdam to study at Paul Citroen’s school, where he remained to teach advertising, graphic, photography and typography. He also opened his own advertising and photography studio. After WWII he returned to Germany and taught in Dresden and Leipzig.