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100 Years of the Bauhaus in 365 images. A video collage of the highlights, curiosities, amazing fringe events, extensive debates and encounters. Our way of saying thank you!
Countless New Ideas
In just a few weeks, the great Bauhaus celebration that has excited us all year will draw to a close. The anniversary ends on December 31. What can we take from it? Annemarie Jaeggi, Museum Director of the Berlin Bauhaus Archive, gives her assessment, along with Claudia Perren, Director of the Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, and Wolfgang Holler, Director of the Museen der Klassikstiftung Weimar.
All in Rotation
From Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker to Verner Panton, and from Gropius to Ricarda Huch: this November, you can discover a host of exciting personalities from a different perspective. And there’s also music and dance, as well as readings, guided tours and installations.
In the Provincial Heartland
Touring exhibitions, once censored documentary films, tubular-steel cantilever chairs and Zollinger roofs: we recommend some October events that will often take you out of the major cities and into the provincial heartland. They offer small, but exquisite exhibitions, guided tours, performances and virtual realities, thereby providing a new perspective on the Bauhaus and Modernity.
“I can do this!”
The Bauhaus agent Tullia Tarsia in Curia reports on her work, experiences and the pleasure of inspiring the lives of young people through art and culture.
Bauhaus in the making
Weimar already has its museum and Dessau is taking great strides towards its own museum opening. Berlin is also making progress with its new Bauhaus buildings. But what is going on behind the scenes at the building sites and in places where visitors already outnumber the bulldozers? A summary of the status quo.