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100 years of bauhaus invites you on a Germany-wide journey of discovery. It will take you to the origins and places of activity of modernism.
11.04. – 25.08.2019 | Museum für Fotografie | Berlin
Appia Stage Reloaded
In 1912/13 the stage designer Adolphe Appia and the light artist Alexander von Salzmann created the prototype of a new, open theatre stage for the 20th century. This impressive space inspired modern artists worldwide and is regarded as a direct precursor of the Bauhaus ideas. Following its successful presentation in autumn 2017, the reconstructed Appia stage will be on show again in Hellerau at the Appia Stage Reloaded Festival as part of the anniversary “100 Years of Bauhaus” from 8 to 21 September 2019. Visitors can experience numerous performances, dance and music events as well as workshops, lectures and exhibitions.
Normally glasses support the view into the distance or nearness and sharpen blurred views. But what if it could make the invisible vivid and question familiar perspectives? This is what the " Treachery of Images " with Nico and the Navigators is all about, returning to the place of their origin - the Bauhaus buildings in Dessau.
31.03.2019–29.09.2019 | Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt
Painted diagrams. Bauhaus, art and infographics
The exhibition "Painted Diagrams. Bauhaus, Art and Infographics" reveals that to this day there is an amazing interaction between infographics and art, the beginnings of which can be found in the Bauhaus and its surroundings.
18.04.2019 – 29.09.2019 | GRASSI Museum für Angewandte Kunst | Leipzig
In the Bauhaus Year 2019, the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts will show the Saxon perspective on Germany's most important art, design and architecture school. The exhibition traces the connections and activities of Bauhaus residents born in Saxony.
In cooperation with the Staatsgalerie, a group of international artists marks the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Bauhaus by looking for traces of the forward-thinking institution and its imagined future that is now our present.