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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!
Mysticism and Mazdaznan
Modern, technically talented young people designing practical objects for an enlightened world: the fact that the Bauhaus was founded in Germany no doubt further strengthened its reputation, since both the Bauhaus and the country are internationally regarded as unemotional, rational and focused on reason. We take a look behind the glass façade and discover spirits in tubular steel chairs and true Bauhaus angels.
She was one of the most outspoken critics of the Bauhaus: Baroness Mathilde von Freytag-Loringhoven loved Post-Impressionism and despised Modernism. A current exhibition in Weimar is dedicated to the life and work of the animal psychologist, painter, actor and journalist.
December is providing all the Bauhaus one could hope for. You can dance at a ball, feel like a student in Weimar, immerse yourself in history with virtual reality, become creative and shine a great deal of light in the darkness. In any case, it will certainly be an enchantingly beautiful 12th month of the centenary.
The show goes on
We are of course life-long Bauhaus fans. How about you? Just in case, we present a healthy dose of Bauhaus events to get you through January 2020. Photography, feminism, ballet in the cinema, breathing exercises, utopia, mobility and dystopia – it’s all there for you to enjoy!
From an experiment to world cultural heritage
Nothing exists without a context. That is true for the stories we tell each other and also the art and exhibitions that emerge out of them. The current touring exhibition “The whole world a Bauhaus” at the ZKM in Karlsruhe demonstrates how diverse an exhibition can be when it takes the context into account.