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Back to the Future
By April 12th, we collect and publish quotes and statements by renowned creatives and young artists: personal perspectives, critical voices, and reflections on Bauhaus relevance. And we look back to the beginning in Weimar and the new Bauhaus Museum.
Masters, Portfolios and Models
Hessen is looking carefully at the Bauhaus. It is inspecting the beginnings and presents a rare master portfolio and documents which present a bridge between the 1920s and the turbulent times of 1968. Above all Darmstadt and Frankfurt all invite you to discover the past again. We wish you a great deal of pleasure in doing so!
“Modernism has Tradition in Thuringia”
During the big anniversary year Bodo Ramelow, Thuringia’s minister-president personally controls the faith of the Bauhaus Association 2019. We interviewed him on the sustainability of the centenary, the museification of the Bauhaus and a preliminary course for politicians.
Avant-garde at the Waterkant
Muntin windows, brickwork and ceramics are part of Hamburg’s architectural DNA. But the Hanseatic city also has its Bauhaus buildings: rectangular, white and panorama-paned with rounded terraces – although Hamburg’s Bauhaus world is not all stone and glass. The avant-garde has also left its traces and still inspires young creative people today. Learn how and where in our tips for Hamburg in June.
In 1923, Georg Muche radically rethought construction and living with the Haus Am Horn in Weimar. Now the house is close to its original state again – and publicly accessible.
Discovering Beauty in the Commonplace
Our partner state of Brandenburg offers you many opportunities in May to experience the Bauhaus, its history and its stories with all your senses: in the Bauhaus-Labor, by looking at commonplace objects, by taking part in debates and discussions, and in the ceramics workshop of one of Germany’s most influential artists.