What does Bauhaus mean today? Here, we publish the latest news and introduce future themes, places, institutions and opinions related to the Bauhaus.
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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.
History Is About Radical Moments
artnet magazine recently voted her the “world’s most active performance curator.” One of her accomplishments is most definitely the founding of the New York Performa Institute, an exceptional undertaking. Her expertise in contemporary art is based on a profound exploration of the modernist stage. We talked to her about 100 years of bauhaus and the upcoming Performa Biennial.
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.
The Bauhaus in Oldenburg: avant-garde in the province
The city of Oldenburg and the Oldenburg State Museum have a unique Bauhaus past that is no reflected in iconic buildings as in other places, but as of April, invites you on an exciting visit of the exhibition at the Augusteum. Thus Oldenburg will be a central and nationally visible location during the Bauhaus centenary 2019.