In 1931, she began supervising the Textile Workshop from which she had just graduated. 10. She was a student and later teacher at the Bauhaus. Otti Berger: 6 exhibitions from Jul 1967 - Jan 2010, exhibition venues worldwide of artist Otti Berger, Exhibition History, Summary of artist-info.com records, Solo/Group Exhibitions, Visualization, Biography, Artist-Portfolio, Artwork Offers, Artwork Requests, Exhibition Announcements She was a student and later teacher at the Bauhaus. Margaret Berger was born in 1980s. Otti Berger (* October 4, 1898 in Zmajevac / Baranja, Hungary; † 1944/45 in Auschwitz concentration camp) was a textile artist and weaver. 1898 in Zmajevac – d. 1944 in Auschwitz) was a Croatian designer whose artistic and creative potential was largely formed during her stay at the textile workshop of Bauhaus.. Having completed the Royal Academy of Art and Applied Arts in Zagreb (1922-1926), she began to study at the textile workshop of Bauhaus in Dessau early in 1927, where she graduated in 1930. Berger was born in Zmajevac, part of present-day Croatia. Berger was born in Zmajevac, part of present-day Croatia. The 1980s was the decade of big hair, big phones, pastel suits, Cabbage Patch Kids, Rubik’s cubes, Yuppies, Air Jordans, shoulder pads and Pac Man. Otti Berger, née Otilija Ester Berger le 4 octobre 1898 à Zmajevac, Baranja, Autriche-Hongrie et décédée le 27 avril 1944 dans le camp de concentration d'Auschwitz, est une artiste textile et tisserande avant-gardiste. Biography. 1898 u židovskoj porodici iz sela Zmajevac, u Baranji, koje je tada bilo dio Ugarske unutar Austro-Ugarske Monarhije, a današnje Hrvatske.Otti je nakon osnovne škole polazila Umjetničku školu za gospođe i djevojke u Beču u periodu od 1920 do 1921 godine. Biografija. JUMP TO: Margaret Berger’s biography, facts, family, personal life, zodiac, videos, net worth, and popularity. She studied at Bauhaus between 1927 and 1930, taking the Vorkurs (introductory course) under László Moholy-Nagy. Otti (Otilija) Berger (b. Otti Berger (* October 4, 1898 in Zmajevac / Baranja, Hungary; † 1944/45 in Auschwitz concentration camp) was a textile artist and weaver. Berger had Yugoslav citizenship, but is often credited among Hungarian artists. Childhood. Otti-Otilija Berger je rođena 4. Otti Berger (1898-1944) was a Croatian textile artist and designer. Berger had Yugoslav citizenship, but is often credited among Hungarian artists.