Hauer is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Erwin Hauer
  • Franz Ritter von Hauer
  • Georg Hauer (1484–1536)
  • Jakob Wilhelm Hauer (1881–1962)
  • Jerome Hauer
  • Joseph Matthias Hauer, Austrian composer and music theorist
  • Rutger Hauer, an actor
  • Michael Damon Hauer (born 1993), avid motocross racer
  • Neil Hauer
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Modular Constructivism
... and was associated especially with Erwin Hauer and Norman Carlberg ... Writing in Architecture Week (August 4, 2004), Hauer explains that "Continuity and potential infinity have been at the very center of my sculpture from early on." Hauer made an ... Hauer's enthusiasm caught the imagination of his colleague at Yale, Norman Carlberg ...
Erwin Hauer
... Erwin Hauer (b ... Hauer was an early proponent of Modular Constructivism and an associate of Norman Carlberg ... According to ribabookshops.com, Hauer's sculptures are in many public collections, including those of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Wadsworth Atheneum ...
Jakob Wilhelm Hauer - Biography
... the Völkisch movement, especially as Hauer began to move more towards developing his own religion ... Hauer began to look into his own forms of religion in 1927 when he set up the Religiöser Menschheitsbund, which aimed for a greater unity amongst Germany's faiths towards common goals ... Hauer's admiration for Hinduism centred on the Bhagavad Gita, to which he had been particularly drawn ...
German Faith Movement - History
... Hauer had worked as a missionary in India and was influenced in particular by the Bhagavad Gita ... Hauer was considered by contemporary observers as a genuinely religious man, though his political sentiments were also commented on ... terms with this new and undeniable fact." He commends Hauer's book Deutsche Gottschau as an attempt "to build a bridge between the dark forces of life and the ...