White City (Tel Aviv)Back to previous page
World Wide Open
The Bauhaus was many things – but never just German. Its idea lives throughout the world and countless Bauhaus protagonists themselves took it to a wide range of countries and established it there. So it is no wonder that Modernity plays a role abroad even after the Bauhaus centenary. We have compiled the events in Australia, England, Israel and Japan for you.
Can you still hear the Bauhaus?
We asked creative people for their opinions: How did you find the centenary of the Bauhaus? Did it inspire, motivate, annoy, bore or change you? Their answers form a kaleidoscope of perspectives on the relevance of Modernism.
Migration of the Material
Under the auspices of Israel’s Ambassador to Germany, the third Triennial of Modernism will take place in October 2019. For the centenary year, the event at all three historical Bauhaus locations will take on a special character. While Weimar and Berlin will focus on the school’s vision and global legacy, Dessau will examine a group of themes revolving around architecture and materials – also with a view to the White City in Tel Aviv.
“Short Sentences That Refuse to Get Old”
Ada Karmi-Melamede is one of the voices that can be heard on the audio app of the shortly reopened Liebling House in Tel Aviv. Her father Dov Karmi is the architect of the building. An inspirational conversation about freedom of thought, architecture and rituals of a creative family.