…die Professionalisierung des modernen Künstlers?’, in Bernd Hüttner and Georg Leidenberger (eds.), Bauhaus – 100 Years: Critical Contributions and Perspectives (Berlin: Metropol, 2018), forthcoming.
• ‘The Designer as a Gesamtkünstler: Crisis and Transformations of Artistic Labor in the Early Twentieth-Century German Applied Arts Movement’, proceedings of the 5th Conference of the Society of Greek Art Historians (Athens, 2018), forthcoming.
• ‘The crisis of Intellectual Labor and the German Arts and Crafts Movement of the Early Twe…
Nikos Pegioudis is an art historian. He has received his PhD from the Department of History of Art at University College London (UCL) in 2015 with a dissertation titled ‘Artists and Radicalism in Germany, 1890-1933: Reform, Politics and the Paradoxes of the Avant-Garde’. In 2017-2018 he obtained a DAAD fellowship for a postodoctoral research project at the Freie Universität Berlin which was titled ‘Cultural Transfer in Architecture and Urban Planning: German Architecture and the Making of the Architect’s Profession in Greece, 1930-1950’. He has written various articles on the history of art, design and architecture in peer-reviewed academic journals and volumes. His main research interests are in German and Greek visual culture, architecture, the sociology of the avant-garde, politics of artistic professions, artistic labor and economic precarity.