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Global Resonance Spaces
How, one hundred years after the founding of the Bauhaus, can culture be rethought as a social project? And how does the design school continue to inspire visionary practices and discourses today? The curators of bauhaus imaginista Marion von Osten and Grant Watson discuss with art historian Mona Schieren the Bauhaus’s transnational relationships, correspondences, and migration stories, and its relevance for an art, design, and education of the future.
Free Spirits, Artists and a new Museum
Thuringia: the cradle of all things Bauhaus. The events hosted by our Bauhaus association partner state in April are characterised by the euphoric mood of the time, the love of experimenting and the joy of debating.
Pioneers of a new world
What would the Bauhaus be without the Dutch? An exhibition that opened last weekend in Rotterdam answers this question. The influence of Dutch artists, designers and architects on the new start-up was so immense that it would easily be possible to think that the Bauhaus would not have become the Bauhaus without them.
From shoe last to Gropius’ Adler
Many of the young people that were influenced by the Bauhaus’ charisma to move to Weimar and Dessau, originated in the then constituency association of Lower Saxony. And therefore it is not surprising that the federal state with the same name contributes inspiring events on the legacy of modernism in Germany at the beginning of the big Bauhaus year.
Musical journeys and Christmas cards
All over the country the preparations for 100 years Bauhaus are running at top speed. While the advance ticket sale for the opening festival in Berlin has already started, the construction work in the three Bauhaus institutions Berlin, Dessau and Weimar has not yet been completed. The Bauhaus and modernism are already part of very diverse events elsewhere in the country.