Bauhaus veteran Andreas Feininger has died aged 92. He joined the school in 1922, and qualified as an architect in the late 1920s. He worked with Le Corbusier in 1932, a year before fleeing the Nazis. After a spell in Sweden he moved to the us and by 1941 was a photo-journalist for Life magazine. Much of his later years were spent writing. His 1939 book New Paths in Photography is still seen as a classic Modernist tract on photo- techniques.